In December of 2014, Glenda and I decided that, sure enough, she might be a specifier. After all, she's got a vastly appropriate set of skills: she's written technical documentation for software user experience, she's been a publisher, and she's studied fire prevention. She can even read a building code! And she's the right kind of person, too: she's got boundless curiosity and cares deeply about getting things right. She is excited about making a difference by making buildings better.
So, she joined VVAS. She joined CSI. She jumped in and started learning by doing. She studied hard and passed her CDT. She's got e-SPECS all figured out. She asks great questions and makes it her business to find out the answers. And after a whole year at VVAS (plus a few weeks of my being out of the office!) I can honestly say that she keeps this place ticking.