Woman of the Week – Dori Goulet Repuyan

Julie  -  Jul 02, 2012  -  No Comments

Each week, we feature a fantastic new woman we think you should know. Some of these women are clients, some are friends, some are women we’ve only just met. But they all have this in common: they are dynamic, interesting gals who have agreed to share with us their insights and secrets to success.

Dori Goulet Repuyan

Name: Dori Goulet Repuyan

My Current Job/ Company: Healthcare Account Executive- Almost Family, Inc

My Birthday: May 1

My Work: I call on physicians, hospitals and long term care facilities to promote senior advocacy and home health care services for the senior population.

My Family: My husband, Cholo, my five-year-old daughter, Lilah and two-year-old son, Enzo

My hero: My (late) father. The older I get the more I miss him and all of the great life advice I know he would have for me today!

My escape: TENNIS!

My pet peeves: Negative people, late people and people who chomp their gum

My indulgence: New perfume and a new tennis skirt

My Roots: My Mother was born and raised in Germany and France and settled in Ohio and my Father was Portuguese and raised on the southern coast of Massachusetts. I am the youngest of 6 kids and totally love how crazy and dysfunctional we all are!

My future: Who knows?! All I want is to be happy and have happy and healthy children!

My loves: My family and my 2 rescue dogs, Tucker and Phoebe

My movie: “JFK” – only because it is the last movie I saw with my Dad before he passed away. It reminds me of him and makes me happy.

My quote on life: “It takes courage to grow up and become who you really are” E.E. Cummings

My accessory: Lipgloss

My Advice to Young Women: Oh, so much…but most importantly, go to college, live on your own, travel all the time, move to a new city all by yourself, always have confidence in yourself, surround yourself with great people and never, ever settle!

How I Balance it All: Ha. That changes every day but I really think the key to life is balance and moderation in everything you do. Always make time for yourself and don’t ever feel guilty doing so. Ask for help if you feel overwhelmed and keep it all in perspective!

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