Each week, Continuum spotlights an employee who has gone above and beyond. The spotlight is more than just recognition of the hard work being done at Continuum, but a look into the person behind that work. We find out what our employees do for fun, what their favorite movies are, what their passions are and much more. We also ask them about their experiences working at Continuum and what they like most about their job. Check back each week to find out who made the Employee Spotlight.
This week, Ai-Li Lim is being featured!
As Senior Vice President of Human Resources located in the Boston office, Ai-Li joined the Continuum team in July. Ai-Li has over 15 years of experience leading all aspects of human resource management, including recruiting, performance management, organizational development and more. This appointment comes amidst aggressive hiring for Continuum, and Ai-Li will lead the charge!
Let's get to know Ai-Li a little better...
What was your first job? "I worked the take-out counter at a seafood restaurant. When things were slow, I would help prepare desserts and appetizers with the raw bar cooks. Nothing trains you better than working in a restaurant!"
What was your first car? "Honda Civic sedan. Very practical."
What was your major in college (where did you go) and why did you select it? "I attended a liberal arts school (Williams College), which allowed me to be rebellious and create my own major (Political Psychology). Seemed like a good decision!"
What does Continuum look like in five years? "We’re one of the most Googled companies in the world (or maybe we’ve taken over Google?)."
What is your favorite sports team? "I love to watch all sports but cheer on the Boston and Philadelphia sports teams and am an Arsenal fan."
What do you collect? "Visa stamps in my passport and tasty recipes."
Be sure to check back on our Company News Blog for upcoming Employee Spotlights!
Alicia Lazzaro graduated from Emerson College with an individually designed major incorporating the fields of marketing, publishing and journalism. In her spare time, she enjoys exploring Boston, binge-watching Netflix and cooking.