Reflecting with Gratitude on 2017

Each year around Thanksgiving, we like to take the time to reflect on the past year and give thanks. We asked a few of our Informationists about what they are grateful for in 2017:

“I am thankful for so many things… the health, happiness, and support of my family; the personal and professional development experiences I’ve had this year; the opportunities to lead and drive change; and last but not least the charitable initiatives that have been placed in my path, honoring me with the opportunity to help others.” – Simon Pfister

“I’m thankful for a smooth transition from college to the real world, my puppy, and the great coworkers I get to see and bother each day!” – Amanda Sullivan

“I am thankful for the opportunity to work because I want to, not because I have to. As a bonus, I get to influence positive change in Healthcare and work with the most talented group of people on the planet! Thanks Knowledgent for the opportunity of a lifetime!” Terri Mikol

“I’m thankful for having a wonderful beard… but really thankful for my supportive parents in the transition to living on my own and my continued health throughout this year.” – Chase Wheatley

“2017 has been a great year. Over the summer I got engaged, so naturally I am thankful for my fiance. I am also thankful for everyone at Knowledgent who has made the first year of my career a smooth one.” – Tiago Costa

“I’m grateful for where I am today and the great people I’m surrounded by – family, friends, colleagues, and clients. We ride the ups and downs together and we have a great time no matter what. Their presence allows me to maintain a balanced perspective and reminds me that as long as we go about every day with clear eyes and a full heart, our best is enough.” – Ethan Liu

“I’m thankful for the inspiration and support of those around me. Which basically means I am thankful for the Boston office team:  John, Gabe, Alex Thursday Pizza, and mostly Konstantine.” – Allison Gaines

“I’m thankful for my family and the opportunity to work with great people and challenge myself every day. I’m also thankful that the Giants’ season is almost over!” – Marc Edelstein

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