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Employee Spotlight: Cayla Davis

First Nation Group is proud to introduce February’s Employee Spotlight, Cayla Davis! Cayla plays an important role on the First Nation Group team as a Customer Service Representative.On a day off, you will most likely find her working on home improvement projects, exploring the outdoors, or playing with her dogs.

Cayla works hard day in and day out to ensure that First Nation Group continues to provide the exceptional care and support that our Veterans so greatly deserve. Be sure to read the full interview and get a sneak peek into the life of Cayla Davis through this month’s Employee Spotlight!

Do you have a charity that is near and dear to your heart? Who and why?

Malinois & Dutch Shepherd Rescue (MAD Rescue) is a nationwide dog rescue that focuses on Belgian Malinois and Dutch Shepherds. These dogs are high energy, intense dogs that are not for everyone. They typically end up abandoned within their first year of life. The rescue helps to retrain and rehabilitate them so they can be more adoptable. Depending on the dog’s temperament, some go on to be service dogs for Veterans or working in police and military settings.

What do you love most about First Nation Group?
I love the team atmosphere. Everyone is super helpful and easy to work with. When you like the people you work with, it becomes more than just a job, it’s like being part of a family. I also love that I get to help Veterans. My husband is a Veteran, so I have a special place in my heart for those who have served.

What is a stand-out memory from working at First Nation Group?
I attended one of the Honor Flight welcome home events at the airport in Fort Myers, FL. It was astounding how many Veterans were involved and how happy the trip made each of them. It was also pretty incredible  to see how many people showed up to greet them when they deplaned.

What are three words you would use to describe First Nation Group?
Caring. Helpful. Dedicated

Thank you for being such an exceptional member of the First Nation Group family, Cayla!