Brenda is Mad*Pow's Managing Director, Project Management and Delivery. In other words, she’s an expert at planning and implementation, and everything in between. She has a tremendous amount of healthcare experience from years of working with Blue Cross Blue Shield of MA and Harvard Pilgrim Health Care.
Brenda was first introduced to Mad*Pow as a previous client. On a website design project, she worked directly with the Mad*Pow team and couldn't get enough of the energy, of the people, the process, and the results that were achieved. She knew right then and there that she had to work with us. Ever since then she's been making life a little bit easier for people, and she has never looked back.
When Brenda isn't calming the chaos, she can be found at the beach in her summer cottage with family and friends cooking great meals and making memories.
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