1.) What is your position and role at Gillette? I am the lead technologist for outpatient imaging at Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare’s St. Paul campus.  I take x-rays, coordinate daily workflows/ schedules and help organize and implement x-ray protocols and procedures.  I have been here 3 ½ years and absolutely love Gillette and what I do!

Meet Us Monday - Jennifer Severud, Imaging2.) Do you have a favorite Gillette story or memory? I have had so many great memories but one that really stands out as a proud moment is seeing a collaboration between my colleagues and I come to life. Together, we facilitated the creation of a spine chair – which is essentially a chair that allows patients in wheelchairs to stay seated for spine x-rays. Seeing one of my patients use our spine chair for the first time during their x-rays was incredible. The parents were so thrilled at the design, safety and comfort it provided their child. This chair has helped our work and workflow tremendously.  I am so happy that it is making our patients and families imaging experience better!

3.) What are some of your hobbies outside of work? Outside of work I enjoy spending time with my family and friends.  I have a cabin in Northern Minnesota so most of our summer weekends are spent fishing, boating, and swimming. In the winter, we enjoying ice fishing and snowmobiling.  I also love Photography, traveling, Minnesota football and exercise.

4.) Do you have any children or pets? We have two little girls, Diem and Maci. We also have a Dog named Bella.  She is a Vizsla (Hungarian pointer) who is full of energy and excitement.

5.) If you could travel anywhere, where would you go? My dream destinations would be Bora Bora (or somewhere in the French Polynesia), Greece and Italy.  We are also looking forward to our first Disney World vacation with our girls.

6.) What is one fun fact about you? I have never watched an episode of the TV show ‘Friends’.  I know, call me crazy!

Editors Note: Want to hear more from Jenny? Read her guest blog post on Positive Distractions: Finding Fun in Imaging and Radiology.

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