Rosalind Castor has been with the company for many years, and is currently serving in a role as Production Supervisor. For her, it’s a privilege to have been a part of the company’s growth, and to be able to make what she considers to be a small contribution to the larger mission of our company – making technology that helps provide life-saving therapies to people around the world.
We asked Rosalind a few questions about her time with ThermoGenesis and we’re excited to share them with you.
During Your Time With ThermoGenesis, What Has Been Your Most Memorable Moment?
As part of my job, I visit our customer’s sites to check on our products, answer any questions, and ensure that all is running smoothly. My most memorable moment was during one such visit. Seeing our products in action brought me such joy, and this customer in particular had a wall full of pictures of patients whose lives had been affected by their work. There were so many young faces on the wall and it made me feel really proud to see how in-demand our product is, and how many lives we’ve impacted.
What Drew You to the Opportunity to Work With ThermoGenesis?
What drew me to the opportunity to work with ThermoGenesis was the idea of working with a team to improve tools, processes and products that would help people. It’s an honor to be part of the ThermoGenesis simply because I love what I do, I’m proud of our products, and I truly enjoy working with the people behind the scenes. I thank God for the opportunity to be a part of ThermoGenesis.
What Has Been The Most Rewarding Part of Your Time at ThermoGenesis?
There are so many aspects of my time with ThermoGenesis that have been rewarding. Meeting our goals to release products by a certain deadline, making prototypes of new technologies, the incredible ideas considered by our engineers, and seeing where our products currently are in the market. I love being innovative and working on good ideas to make them perfect. Building with the goal of creating a 100% high quality product is one of the most rewarding parts of my job, along with being part of a team that is so supportive and works so well together.
What Would You Say is The Ultimate Mission Behind What ThermoGenesis Does?
The ultimate mission of what ThermoGenesis does is to build a quality product. Personally, my mission is to continue the innovation of our products, working well as a team to build technology that is high quality, and contributing ideas and growth to a new generation.
Where Do You See ThermoGenesis in the Next 35 Years?
In the next 35 years, ThermoGenesis will continue to be a pioneer in the field of CAR T-cell Therapy, which collects and utilizes a patient’s own immune cells to fight cancer. In my opinion, ThermoGenesis will be in the very top 10 companies in this industry, in the world.