What’s your name, what do you do at Neurocore, and how long have you worked here?
My name is Madison Appleyard. I’ve been a Client Engagement Specialist for 4 years. Short and sweet way to say it – I’m involved in a little bit of everything (with an emphasis on engaging with current and prospective clients). Often, I’m the first stop on a client’s journey to better brain health. I provide introductory information about Neurocore, schedule appointments, and coordinate with other teams for the best client experience. It’s like one-stop-shopping for all the Neurocore information you might want or need.
What do you enjoy the most about your job?
I enjoy hearing how clients’ lives change during and after the program. It’s really powerful to see and hear their beginning-to-end transformations.
I find joy in helping make things like neuroscience and neurofeedback approachable, and sparking that moment of empowerment to take control of your own mental well-being.
Outside of work, what are your passions or hobbies?
I LOVE a good project! Earlier this year, I moved into a non-rented space where I was finally able to change things; so I began dabbling in home projects/renovations. So far, I can add: hanging doors, trim, cabinet & door hardware, painting, window treatments, and flooring to my resume!
My boyfriend, Nickolas, and I have some major wanderlust. We most recently returned from the mountains of Colorado. And, are now plotting our first international trip to Italy!
I also appreciate a good book. I’ll read anything on a recommendation, but Jodi Picoult is my favorite author.
Some interesting facts about me:
My apartment building burned down in February 2019. I lost everything but the clothes I was wearing and my telephone.
I live in a house with 4 cats who are a family (mom, dad, and 2 kids).
Pickles are probably my favorite food.
I have negative zero tolerance for spicy foods. Not to be dramatic, but if there’s too much pepper, I’m out.
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