Meet Leticia Sabadin – Administrative Assistant, Public Authority Services by Sourcewise

Leticia Sabadin, Public Authority Services by SourcewiseLeticia Sabadin began her career with Sourcewise as a receptionist in May 2009. Previously, she spent the majority of her career working in customer service and administration. She thrives on helping others, and is a team player who fosters positive relationships with clients and colleagues.

Leticia is a native to the Evergreen area of San Jose and is fluent in Spanish. She has a very close family and sees them on a regular basis. She spends every other weekend helping her parents and enjoys visiting them.

Happily married to her high school sweetheart of 23 years, she is the proud mother of two daughters. Her eldest is attending college in Bend, Oregon; her youngest is a freshman in high school.

Leticia is committed to using public transit daily and enjoys a lunch-time stroll through the quiet neighborhood around the office.

Leticia loves discovering new restaurants and is crazy about Indian and Thai cuisine! She enjoys cooking at home, and often shares new recipes with her family.

Mary Tinker, Director of Public Authority Services, states “She is the glue that keeps our department together! She is always willing to lend a helping hand. She is someone we all depend on in Public Authority.”

For more information on the services offered by Sourcewise, call our Community Resource Specialists at (408)350-3200, option 1.

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