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Ravenna Legare
Communications Coordinator, California Hospital Association

1. What do you like best about your job?

I enjoy the pace of the work and the fact that I am a key player in communications to our members. Our communications to member hospitals are particularly critical at this time, as we inform hospitals of the latest details on the COVID-19 fight here in California.

2. What are the biggest professional challenges you face and how does ClickDimensions help you address those challenges?

Helping our less technical internal clients understand the scope of what we’re doing is always a challenge. We work with a great staff with expertise in all sorts of areas, but that does not necessarily make them the best mass email communicators. With targeting a major consideration in every email that we send, we have to make sure the right people are getting the right content at the right time – and ClickDimensions helps us deliver. Our process is high-quality oriented, so the steps and attention to get an email written, edited, proofed, tested and sent is often a surprise to the uninitiated.

3. What was your background before landing in your current role?

Before working at CHA, I worked as a Communications Coordinator for an association in the education sector. My background is a mix of event registration management, web content management and communications.

4. What profession other than yours would you like to attempt?

If I wasn’t working in communications, I would like to work in project management. I love working as part of a team to achieve a goal or project, and I feel like project management is a logical extension of that. I am currently in the process of getting certified in project management, which is very exciting!

5. Where do you live and what is your favorite thing about living there?

My favorite thing about living in Sacramento is the small-town vibe, the seasons and the proximity to so many great locations here in California. Sacramento is always in the process of reinventing itself, which I personally find exciting.