What’s your name, what do you do at Neurocore, and how long have you worked here? My name is Lori Baker and I’m an Administration and Insurance Specialist as well as a Client Advocate and Host at our Grand Rapids center. I have been with the company for 5 years.
What’s the best part of your job? The best part of my job is knowing that we are helping people get on the right track to improving their lives. Along with others, the insurance part of my job is one of the first steps in the whole Neurocore experience, so starting clients off on the right foot is my goal. On the administration side, I enjoy organizing and running things in the background so everyone’s experience in the company is the best it can be.
What do you like to do in your free time? I enjoy running and reading in my spare time. I’m training for my first 10k this year after recovering from foot surgery. I also love spending time with my two daughters.
What TV show character would it be the most fun to change places with for a week (and why)? I love Linda Belcher from Bob’s Burgers. She’s always happy and exuberant. I think her character is hilarious and their family dynamic is actually pretty great too!
If you could only watch one movie for the rest of your life, what movie would it be? My favorite movie is Chicago. I think I could watch that for the rest of my life. The songs are catchy and there’s a lot of pizazz to watch.
What are three fun facts about you?
I am only 5’ tall.
I ran a 5k every month last year.
My favorite color is orange.
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