Nichollette is a Montana native. Nichollette moved to Iowa with her family and is currently working on finishing her master’s degree in Forensic Psychology through Southern New Hampshire University, where she also received her Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice with a concentration in Criminology. Before leaving the workforce to work on her education, Nichollette had a little over 2 years working in mental health facilities, Riverfront Mental Health Center, as an Administrative Assistant and Cherokee Mental Health Institute, as a Resident Treatment Worker and a Psychiatric Security Specialist on the Civil Commitment Unit for Sex Offenders (CCUSO). Nichollette is excited to re-enter the workforce and begin building those relationships with WESCO staff and Individuals.
Seeing so many individuals succeed in life and being able to transition back into the community is the best part of my job.- WESCO Industries Employee
They can't tell you when you start this job there may come a time where you find you're more comfortable surrounded by people with developmental disabilities than when you are with the general population. But it happens.- WESCO Industries Employee
Until someone has had their own experience with someone with a developmental disability, they just won't understand.- WESCO Industries Employee
I’m so grateful this job became my purpose, my passion & part of my identity.WESCO Industries Employee