Erika Reagan

Executive Assistant

What I do at Triterra:
I perform routine clerical and administrative duties. My duties include but are not limited to organizing files, preparing documents, scheduling appointments, and supporting other staff with project start-up files. Providing customer service, managing inventory of supplies, and as I am the first face anyone sees upon entering, I am the greeter of guests and visitors.

Why I love it here:
The whole mission statement, office environment, and camaraderie of staff drew me to Triterra. I’m looking forward to getting established within the company.

Background and Education:
I graduated from Central Michigan University in  2000, with a BS in Child Development. I’ve worn many hats in my professional history. From teaching preschool to administrative assistance within a mechanical contracting company, to running an after-school program at DeWitt Public Schools. A little officiating with MHSAA in between, parent representation at a monthly meeting for Great Start Collaborative located at Clinton County RESA, to recently temporarily working for a consulting company before landing at Triterra.

What I love to do when I’m not at Triterra:
I love to read, garden, golf, and take my dogs for walks when I am not hanging out and raising my four children to be good human beings. I love spending time with my family near and far. I recently started painting barn quilts and sold one to a great family that purchased a farm up north. One of my favorite new hobbies is done with my grandfather. He and I shoot skeet together at Capital Area Sportsmen’s League once or twice a summer. He says I’m a natural, but I say it’s a little bit of luck too, plus I had the best teacher. Overall, I enjoy trying new things, visiting new and old places, and spending quality time with my family.

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Erika Reagan

Executive Assistant

What I do at Triterra:
I perform routine clerical and administrative duties. My duties include but are not limited to organizing files, preparing documents, scheduling appointments, and supporting other staff with project start-up files. Providing customer service, managing inventory of supplies, and as I am the first face anyone sees upon entering, I am the greeter of guests and visitors.

Why I love it here:
The whole mission statement, office environment, and camaraderie of staff drew me to Triterra. I’m looking forward to getting established within the company.

Background and Education:
I graduated from Central Michigan University in  2000, with a BS in Child Development. I’ve worn many hats in my professional history. From teaching preschool to administrative assistance within a mechanical contracting company, to running an after-school program at DeWitt Public Schools. A little officiating with MHSAA in between, parent representation at a monthly meeting for Great Start Collaborative located at Clinton County RESA, to recently temporarily working for a consulting company before landing at Triterra.

What I love to do when I’m not at Triterra:
I love to read, garden, golf, and take my dogs for walks when I am not hanging out and raising my four children to be good human beings. I love spending time with my family near and far. I recently started painting barn quilts and sold one to a great family that purchased a farm up north. One of my favorite new hobbies is done with my grandfather. He and I shoot skeet together at Capital Area Sportsmen’s League once or twice a summer. He says I’m a natural, but I say it’s a little bit of luck too, plus I had the best teacher. Overall, I enjoy trying new things, visiting new and old places, and spending quality time with my family.

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