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Employee Spotlight: Beverly Couch

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Beverly Couch

‘I’m inspired by Wellabe’s commitment to THRIVE.’

Beverly’s journey with Wellabe started when she took a contractor position with the Customer Success team. She worked for two years in that role before joining full time. 

Now, she has been a Customer Success Specialist for a little over a year. Her day-to-day responsibilities consist mostly of file work. 

The acronym “THRIVE” is the main reason Beverly chose to pursue a career with Wellabe. “THRIVE” is Wellabe’s promise to create an environment where diversity can be celebrated. The letters spell Toolkit, Hear, Respect, Inclusion, Value, and Equity and are defined on the Join our team page.

“I’m inspired by Wellabe’s commitment to THRIVE,” she says. 

Beverly also says, “My proudest accomplishment is being nominated for the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) Des Moines branch Fighting Forward Award by Wellabe’s Human Resources team.” 

She received the award, which recognized her as a volunteer and advocate who has taken great strides toward making Des Moines a more inclusive community, in 2022.  

Beverly has always had a passion for civil rights work and is a firm believer of Equal Employment opportunity.  She has taken the role of coordinating 8 years of hosting the Job Fair & Resources Workshop as the past Labor & Industry Committee Chairperson of the Des Moines NAACP.

Beverly hopes to continue stretching and learning new skills. 

She’s not sure exactly where she sees herself five years from now. But she has expressed an interest in joining Wellabe’s Human Resources team. 

Fun fact
Beverly loves to meet and take photos with anyone in the position to make big decisions, including presidents, vice presidents, governors, and mayors. She also loves to sing and worship in many churches.
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