Senior Mascot IV
Ms. Nene is our newest resident biological resource, fashionista, and food critic/lifestyle coordinator for Burleson Consulting. She is a true native of the beautiful island of Hawaii and former director of the Kilauea Point National Wildtimes Refuge where she oversaw all bird matters. She had considered herself retired, however, upon a recent encounter with Nadia Burleson one afternoon on a beach stroll she became very impressed with Nadia’s company story and mission goals. She soon found herself flying first class back to the mainland to join the Burleson team and offer advice on Hawaiian charm, work, and flights of fancy.
As a vanguard of adventure and all things shiny and new, Nene believes she has fulfilled her calling to add décor to Burleson’s office headquarters. She loves Burleson staff, work ethic, Monday morning treats, and group lunches as never before witnessed in all her years as a State bird and event coordinator at the refuge.
In addition, she loves to take strolls along the Willow Creek preserve nearby the office and gladly lends her praiseworthy skills on avian psychology, plumage, management, and on rare occasion, canopy GIS mapping. Her main strongpoint, however, is to advise on spiritual wellbeing and life balance, found so commonly on the islands but often lost in the hectic hustle and bustle of life found everywhere else in the “developed” world.
Nene is very pleased to have found a new home at Burleson and she can be found perched quietly over the filing cabinets – or in Nadia’s office behind closed doors during meditation and yoga hours. She is single and is currently dating a local Canadian goose who spends his time between Folsom and warmer climates, as nature dictates.
Says Ms. Nene: “My life continues to be blessed with purpose and pride as a Burleson team member – so much so I never want to leave!”
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