From his earliest days in Cumberland, Rhode Island, James was the kid who excelled at board games. His insightful skills in gaming strategy led him to being a bit of a whiz at all the standard tabletop activities, and his naturally supportive personality made him the coach we all wanted when taking on our siblings in a battle for supremacy in family Monopoly tournaments.
That encouraging personal style served him well when he matriculated at Cumberland High School, and began working in his family’s autoparts/paper supply business. His work in the enterprise began with sweeping the floor, loading trucks, arranging inventory and then extended into the office, as his helpful attitude and aptitude for understanding all the many aspects of keeping a business running was a critical element to their success. While James never stopped helping with business operations, in his off hours he enrolled at Bridgewater State and began exploring beyond Rhode Island, often taking road trips up and down the east coast.
In his role at Heritage, James will be supporting our operations team with the myriad of activities required to support our client base. His thorough and detail-oriented approach to his work makes him an ideal staff member to extend our capabilities to our growing client base, and his skills with data organization is a great fit to add depth to our strong operations team.
When he is not working in excel (for fun) James continues to pursue his lifelong passion for both travel and board games. Recently returned from a “Planes, Trains, and Automobile” tour that extended from New England to South Carolina, James’ mind is staying busy developing concepts for new board games, and making plans for sharing those new games on Christmas morning, (naturally) his favorite holiday.