5 Quick Questions: LPI’s Michele Erickson

Written by on July 27, 2011 in 5 Quick Questions, Linus Pauling Institute, USANA with 1 Comment

Not too long ago we were fortunate to meet with Michele Erickson, director of development at Linus Pauling Institute. She is enthusiastic about LPI and especially about its partnership with USANA Health Sciences.

During her visit, Michele took time to sit down for a 5 Quick Questions (and Answers) segment. In it she identifies what she believes is the most important health-related issue, what she considers to be LPI’s most important contribution, and how USANA and LPI will continue to work together for the benefit of society.

Michele also talked about the upcoming Cascade Lakes Relay, which will take place August 5-6. The LPI — Powered by Oranges team would appreciate your support as it tackles a challenging 216-mile relay race. We blogged about the team previously, but be sure to visit: http://www.active.com/donate/lpioranges to show your support.

And now, please take a few minutes to enjoy Michele’s interview…

If you’re unable to view the video, please click here.

Thank you to Michele for taking time to sit down and answer 5 Quick Questions. We’re wishing LPI — Powered by Oranges the best at the upcoming Cascade Lakes Relay!

About This Series
5 Quick Questions (and Answers) is a monthly video series created by the social media department at USANA Health Sciences. In each episode we will sit down with a USANA celebrity — a member of management, a sponsored athlete, a top leader, a third-party influencer, etc. — and ask 5 questions to help you get to know him, her, or the company a little better.

Check out previous episodes here.

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  1. Alain says:

    Thank you Michele for sharing your passion.

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