WHAT DOES OCTOBER MEANS TO US?

VOLUME 3: JOHNNY SHARES

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In this third installment of our series of “WHAT OCTOBER MEANS TO US?” we offer an uplifting “son-of-a-survivor” perspective, from one of our own golden-boy recruiters and pod leaders, John Olbering. John himself lives and breathes the OneStaff brand, and we trust he’d be the first to tell you the type of family he gained by joining the team. It’s talent and positive energy like John’s that make all this work the way it does. His energy is addictive and we can only imagine we have an idea of who he inherited it from after hearing more about his mother’s story. What we dig about this story is, hopefully mom is out there, reads this, and he's made her proud. That, all said and done, is what these articles are all about. He's lucky enough to have her around, as a survivor,  to still appreciate the positivity he brings to the world daily. That's awesome, folks. John, give mom a big hug from the extended OneStaff fam the very first chance you get. Cheers to you and "Momma O" ;) 

 

WHAT DOES OCTOBER MEANS TO US?

VOLUME 2: CYNTHIA STURGEON, AN OMAHA SURVIVOR STORY MAKING IMPACT

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In this second of our series of “WHAT OCTOBER MEANS TO US?” we have an extremely special guest and friend of OneStaff. The founder and president of Omaha’s-own Project Pink’d, the one and only local cancer-awareness hero, and survivor herself, the remarkable Cynthia Sturgeon... 

WHAT DOES OCTOBER MEANS TO US?

VOLUME 1: TODD SHARES HIS STORY

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In this first series of “WHAT OCTOBER MEANS TO US?” we interview Todd Livingston, one of our co-founders here at OneStaff Medical, and our CFO (or Head Honcho, Cashola, as we affectionately refer to him).

Todd has been a great proponent of cancer awareness and volunteering/donating for the cause. Beyond what he has done internally at OneStaff he’s also the founder of the annual Pink’d Ribbon Golf Tournament, where all profits are donated to local charity, Project Pink’d. This past year alone, the event raised over $30,000 for the charity.

Check out more about what this month means to Todd, and the meaning of cancer awareness below.