Weatherheadlines sits down and talks with Geraldine Weaver, building service worker for the Peter B. Lewis Building.
What is your current job title and what responsibilities do you have in your position?
My job title is building service worker and I am on call for the Peter B. Lewis Building. I am in charge of basic overall cleaning for the building.
What are the unique challenges you face working in building services?
Meeting and interacting with a lot of the international students, all with very different cultures.
How long have you worked at Case Western Reserve University?
I have worked at Case Western Reserve University for three years temporarily and nine years permanently.
For where do you originally hail?
I was born and raised in Cleveland.
What is your favorite aspect of Cleveland/NE Ohio?
Going to the movies, restaurants, and different plays. I love watching the Cavs games! I am a big fan.
What is one surprising fact about yourself that you would like to share with the Weatherhead community?
I did a solo selection at the Amasa Stone Church for my GED graduation class of 2001. The next year I was asked to sing for the 2002 graduates.
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