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UASA Member Featured in The Lily Article About Female Essential Workers

Errin Moore, co-owner of Able and Ready Appliance Repair in Wichita, KS, was featured in The Lily, an online publication published by the Washington Post.

The article interviews women from several different essential jobs that are often overlooked, including the appliance repair industry.

“We’ve been busier than ever, but it’s also nerve-racking,” she said. “One home is ultra-concerned about the pandemic and super high anxiety, and the next is completely dismissive and not concerned at all. The discrepancy is so vast that it’s mind-boggling.”

Moore and some of her colleagues created EdgUSource, a business training and compliance platform that streamlines Covid-19 protocol for various companies. The program breaks down CDC guidelines and offers training for implementing them.

Read the full article in The Lily here. >>

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