Maloney prepared me for success by providing me with a solid foundation to build upon. The teaching staff provided support and encouragement needed to pursue the goals I set for myself. Growing up in Meriden and being apart of a diverse community made me the person I am today. I’m grateful for the opportunity to have lived and worked in NYC for 10 years, but it wasn’t until returning back to Meriden and working in the community that I found true success and a strong sense of fulfillment with my husbands 501c3 nonprofit public charity; Social Sabby (socialsabby.com) Also, I wrote a book called ‘My New Normal, Surviving My Miscarriages’ and it was published earlier this year. The support I received from the Meriden community (both Maloney and Platt graduates) has been humbling and makes me proud to live here and now raise my family here. This is a wonderful idea to feature residents, thanks for the opportunity!