Andrea Bazoin of the Ramcard Office has been named an Everyday Hero.
She was nominated by Megan Dyer, who says that Bazoin never loses her cool.
According to the nomination, Bazoin is admired by her colleagues for always staying calm and collected, even under very stressful situations. She is wonderful with customers and staff. She has patience, a great attitude and provides great customer service. She treats everyone with respect and likes to laugh.
Bazoin has been at Colorado State University for five years. She started at the Access Center with the Alliance Partnership before coming to the Ramcard Office. Bazoin has worked on various university committees and programs, including serving as a mentor with the First Year Mentoring Program, running a group under the Ripple Effect called the Power Hour for Financial Fitness, volunteering on several hiring committees and volunteering/chairing the committee for the High School Diversity Conference. She has also presented at the Professional Development Institute at CSU and will be co-presenting at this year’s National Association of Campus Card Users Conference.
Bazoin came to CSU after obtaining her degree in educational leadership and policy studies from the University of Washington in Seattle. She wanted to be closer to her mother, who lives in Loveland. Bazoin’s first priority in life is her family, including her 3-year-old son, Antoine. She spends every opportunity she has enjoying time with family and friends. She also loves to cook and travel, especially internationally.
Bazoin strives to create positive relations with all her co-workers. She says she is grateful for all of the opportunities she has been given so far at CSU and would like to continue growing in her career and becoming more involved in the Fort Collins community.
Receiving the Everyday Hero Award is an unexpected honor, Bazoin says, adding that she is very pleased to be recognized by her peers.