Meet Joanne Hunsicker
This week we are featuring Joanne Hunsicker, a critical member of the SpendMend team. Joanne has been with SpendMend for 8 years and oversees the management of the portal and the training for the portal. Joanne has a very interesting background and actually was a SpendMend client before joining the team. If you have the privilege to work along side Joanne, you quickly learn how sociable and outgoing she is. Al Brander, Chief Sales Officer at SpendMend, was quoted saying “Joanne has worked hard to develop the training program for the Medical Device Explant Portal and is a valuable link between our customers, the Medical Device Explant team and IT”. We appreciate all your hard work Joanne! Thank you for everything that you do!
Interview with Joanne
How did you first learn about SpendMend Joanne?
I actually worked for a company that was a client of SpendMend.
What 3 words would you use to describe SpendMend?
Growing, Creative, Results Driven.
Why do you look forward to coming to work?
The Continual Learning that happens almost daily.
Before working at SpendMend, what was the most unusual or interesting job you’ve ever had?
Hmm.. I would have to say directing Shared Services AP/Payroll.
What is one fun fact about you?
That I am very sociable!
What type of music or podcasts do you listen to during the workday?
Not much really, but if I do, its classic rock!
Do you have any hobbies or participate in any activities outside of work?
Yes. I really enjoy volleyball, bicycling, crafting, and sewing.
What was the best compliment you have ever been paid by a client or supplier?
That I was very friendly/professional and thorough.
Would you like to give a shout out to a client or supplier?
Yes! I would like to give a shoutout to BJC – great team they have and very helpful and interactive through the audits!
What is the best part of serving the healthcare market?
Helping them find control gaps so they can focus on their core competencies, especially front-line workers.
What has been your proudest accomplishment at SpendMend?
I would have to go with creating a database and process for renewing client’s audit engagements.