Staff Spotlight – Barbara Clemons

Staff Spotlight – Barbara Clemons

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Of the original five ladies depicted in our book, Five Ladies and a Forklift, Barb Clemons would be the one that you can find actually operating the forklift. As Director of Product Distribution, Barb has dedicated the last 12 years to the strong and steady growth of Cribs for Kids. With her impeccable eye for detail and practical nature, Barb has implemented processes and procedures that keep our operations end running like a well-oiled machine. Barb is described by her co-workers as dedicated, creative and always positive. Barb was responsible for laying out the blueprint for the growth of the organization. She encouraged us to take “baby steps” and to always mind our mission. During that first year, we provided 4,100 cribs to babies nationwide and we thought that was just an amazing accomplishment. Today, Cribs for Kids has distributed over 500,000 safe sleeping environments to babies in need throughout the country. Thanks to Barb’s advice, we have never allowed our mission to suffer while expanding into the fantastic organization we are today.

 

What is the best thing about your job? 

Contributing to the growth of Cribs for Kids

 

 

What’s the best single day on the calendar?

Sunday

What’s the farthest you’ve ever been from home?

China

What always cheers you up when you think about it?

Puppies

What would you name your boat if you had one?

Lucy

 

Barb, Tom Diecks, and Judy Bannon exploring China

 

What could you give a 40-minute presentation on with absolutely no preparation?

Renovating a house

What’s something you’ve been meaning to try but just haven’t gotten around to it yet?

I want to learn how to make wine!

What are three interesting facts about you?

I’m artistic, I love to find treasures in out of the way places and I love decorating for the holidays, especially Christmas

 

Barb decorating the office for Christmas with Eileen Carlins and Judy Bannon

 

What are some of your personal “rules” that you never break?

Don’t lie, treat others fairly and always say THANK YOU.

Among your friends or family, what are you famous for?

Always being there

What was one of the most interesting concerts you’ve been to?

Earth Wind and Fire

 

Barb with Tom Diecks and Judy Bannon in Beijing, China

 

If you could have an all-expenses-paid trip to see any famous world monument, which monument would you choose?

The Pyramids

What kinds of things do you like to cook or are good at cooking?

BBQ…..Bourbon Ribs

What have you created that you are most proud of?

My son Brian, of course

 

Barb with her son Brian

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