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Milton Hershey School Everyday Hero: Brie Albright

MHS Everyday Hero: A campaign acknowledging employees at MHS who are often found behind the scenes and show up every day to make a difference in the lives of our students.

Brie Albright, MHS Human Resources Systems Analyst

Brie Albright, MHS HR Systems Analyst Everyday Hero

Supervisor Quote:

“Brie is an exceptional person to work with and we are very fortunate to have her at MHS. She is a team player and has stepped up in many ways to help keep our community safe this school year. Her current role is significant as she helps MHS supervisors and employees with COVID-19 situations and testing. This is an extremely fast-paced, ever-changing topic to keep up with. Her support and expertise has been invaluable to our team and community as a whole.” —Barbara Malecki, MHS Senior Director of Compensation, Benefits, and Employment Services. 

Albright Q&A:

1. What brought you to MHS?

Good luck and good fortune. Growing up only a town away, I knew about MHS and I wanted to be a part of an organization that made a significant difference in children’s lives.

2. How has COVID-19 impacted your role here?

It has given me the opportunity to step up and grow by becoming a certified contact tracer. More importantly, I have been able to listen and help employees and supervisors navigate some very confusing and unprecedented times.

3. Who are your Everyday Heroes?

Considering the state of the world that we are currently living in, my answer today is; every first responder and healthcare worker around the globe.

4. What is your favorite aspect of the MHS community?

Our mission is second to none and I love that we are all here working as one to improve our student’s lives and their futures.

5. How are you keeping your future in focus this school year?

In my COVID-19 role, I am modeling compassion while providing knowledge to employees so they can focus on their health and well-being. I strive to be a team player and to continue my personal and professional growth. I also enjoy collaborating with others with the goal in mind to keep our community safe so we can continue our in-person classroom structure for students.

Are you an Everyday Hero? Do you know someone who is deserving of this title? Email us their name and title at Milton Hershey School

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