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Brianna Alvarado

"Follow Your Heart"

Job Activity Coordinator / 75 State Street

Lives In Old Orchard Beach

Born and raised in Cincinnati Oh. Went to college at Old Dominion University played soccer and studied Exercise Science and Recreation Therapy. Graduated in 2014 and made my way over to South Carolina to start my career as an Activity Director. From there I made my way up to Portland to 75 State Street. My job is wonderful and I love the way each resident expresses themselves. They each posses very unique traits and I can't believe I get to be a part of their lives. I enjoy hiking and love the outdoors.

Why did you choose Portland? I chose Portland for the beautiful light houses and breweries.

What do you like to do with out-of-towners? Being an out-of-towner myself, I enjoy hiking with others and walking along the beach.

What's the most surprising thing about this city? The most surprising thing about this city is how many music venues there are.

What's the most under-appreciated place or thing in town? The most under-appreciated spot in town in the Danforth Inn's Cupula.

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