Meet the Staff
Name: Elizabeth “Liz” Curfman
Position: Program Manager
Liz has been with VetAdvisor®/Three Wire Systems, LLC for nine years in various roles, currently serving as the Senior Program Manager for VetAdvisor® services. She oversees all coaching contracts run within the call centers. Liz joined VetAdvisor® after starting her professional life as an English Teacher with a secondary English Education degree from Indiana University of Pennsylvania.
Q: What is your favorite part of working with VetAdvisor®?
A: I have been so grateful to evolve with this company. I love that we are always busy developing new projects, which keeps it interesting. VetAdvisor® is incredibly employee-centric, and we are passionate about doing good work, for not only the employees, but for the community as well.
Q: What are you most proud of with this position?
A: I am definitely most proud of our employees and the meaningful work that they are doing. It is great to interact with such a motivated and hardworking team. I really value that impact being made to our Veteran community.
Q: You are a part of Leadership Blair County, can you tell us more about it?
A: It is a great class that is run through the Blair County Chamber of Commerce. Our Chief and EVP, Jenn Christman, participated in Leadership Cambria County and recommended that I apply, so I was very interested. It really focuses on individual leadership in your community, in your county, and also the impact that servant leadership can have for everyone.
A: What is your favorite part about the Leadership class?
Q: I really appreciate getting to meet all different types of people and speakers in a variety of fields. I not only get to showcase the strengths of my role, but get to learn from others in completely different positions. It is nice to network with local leaders.
A: How do you apply this class to your job?
Q: As a manager, I am always looking for ways to improve for my staff. This class has really exemplified the VetAdvisor® core value of passionate service. I want to continue to strengthen my management in an effort to support others.
A: You are so involved in the community, what is your favorite part?
Q: I am the Chair of an employee-run group that plans in-office activities and quarterly service projects. To date, the group has raised funds and donated items totaling over $15,000 to causes both locally and nationally. It has been so much fun to plan these activities and to also see the positive effect on the community.