As we make personal decisions centered on the changing landscape of children at home from school, protecting our families as best as we can, and supporting the community actions that have been taken, we have decided to activate our contingency plans to allow our team members to work remotely.
One of our team members will be in the office each day on a coordinated basis to make sure that we can send and receive material without interruption. We are completely connected through our phone system and secure server and can meet by phone, Facetime or Zoom. We continue to monitor the voicemail and telephone extensions are listed below.
We are also continuing to monitor the investments and the evolving circumstances. If you would like to schedule a remote meeting time, please call or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Following are a list of extensions that can be used while we are working remotely.
Office Phone (619) 295-9930
Alison Fleming x201 Peter Fink x211 Britt Stephens x200 Caresse Vera x202 Miles Fleming x203 Terri Josselyn x205
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