Caitlin Gentry is a Consultant Advisor at Healthcare IT Leaders who has been with the company since March 2013. An Alpharetta, Ga., native, Caitlin is a graduate of DeVry University who enjoys boating, fishing, listening to live music and wood working in her spare time.
Q: How did you find Healthcare IT Leaders as an employer?
A: My mom works at Locum Leaders (former sister company of Healthcare IT Leaders) and told me it was a fantastic company to work for. She wanted me to work for something under the W3, LLC (parent company of Healthcare IT Leaders) umbrella.
Q: What is your favorite HIT Leaders company memory?
A: Beating Rich (Heidal, also a Consultant Advisor) in Galaga in the game room here in the office.
Q: Who would you most like to meet, in history or current?
A: Oprah Winfrey. I’d like to meet her because of the great charity work she has done. She is an inspiration, and I’d love to sit down and pick her brain about life in general.
Q: What’s your favorite thing to do outside of work?
A: Boating. I go to the lake almost every weekend, as long as the weather is nice. My family has a pontoon boat on Lake Lanier, and we’d love to get a houseboat. One of my favorite times on the lake is on a weeknight, when it’s not busy. We will go up there for dinner occasionally, and it’s a great way to unwind.
Q: What was your favorite TV show when you were little?
A: Seventh Heaven
Q: What’s your favorite food or favorite kind of food?
Q: If you could be an animal, what animal would you be and why?
A: A dolphin, because they get to stay in the water all day, and they’re friendly.
Q: Least favorite animal and why?
A: Snakes. They scare me, and they are sneaky (laughs).
Q: What would you do or buy if you won the lottery?
A: I would buy a new Jeep Wrangler.
Q: What’s your favorite thing about recruiting?
A: Getting to talk to people all day.
Q: If your life was a movie, who would play you?
A: I think Ellen DeGeneres is fun and quirky. She has a great personality and is true to herself. I think she tries to live as normal of a life as possible and continues to do great things for others.
Q: What about you would surprise your coworkers?
A: I was in the commercial for the Atlanta Olympics in 1996. One of my best friend’s dad was the producer for Snickers commercials at the time, and he was assigned this commercial featuring Atlanta and the Olympics, so he asked me to be in it.