Early in my human relations career, a potential employer asked me about my greatest weakness. I said creaky mail slots and sudden foot movements. This was met with a heavy, awkward silence. I did not get the job. I later realized it was not a good fit anyway. These two weaknesses still dog me today, but things are better now because my stuffed red lobster and Illumine8 teammates are always there to make things alright.

Lucky Lucy

Director of Wellness & Engagement

Early in my human relations career, a potential employer asked me about my greatest weakness. I said creaky mail slots and sudden foot movements. This was met with a heavy, awkward silence. I did not get the job. I later realized it was not a good fit anyway. These two weaknesses still dog me today, but things are better now because my stuffed red lobster and Illumine8 teammates are always there to make things alright.

Lucy is a founding member of Illumine8 and our director of wellness & engagement. She is responsible for delivering unconditional affection to each employee to start the day and has a proven track record of keeping the Illumine8 team balanced, stress-free and productive. 

Unlike other canines (we won't name any names here), Lucy is a paragon of obedience, an exemplar of doggy mindfulness and a true zen master at ignoring the "call of the wild", particularly when clients come to Illumine8's offices. 

Whether she is sleeping upside down, gnawing on her favorite stuffed red lobster, or gently nudging hands from keyboards with her nose, Lucy helps keeps the office mood light and fun. 

In her free time she enjoys traveling to Cape Cod with her family where she enjoys celestial maritime navigation, crafting then chewing scrimshaw and clamming. Lucy is a huge football fan with her allegiances shifting from the New England Patriots to the Miami Dolphins, depending on which of her parents is paying her the most attention at a given moment.

Lucy attended Lupine University, earning a PhD in Human Relations while leading the school's dock jumping team to a national championship win against Duke University. She is a stalwart proponent of animal welfare rights and a die-hard Game of Thrones devotee like her mom. 

 

Christina May

CMO and Managing Partner

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