Olivia Felini joined One Great Meeting in March 2006 through a community organization that finds jobs for the homeless.
After successfully completing two rigorous interviews, Olivia was offered a position with the firm.
She quickly completed the new employee orientation program (based on a traditional in-the-box business model).
She began her employment as a clerk with the assignment of being useless. Two months later she was promoted to office manager so she could be useless on a more comprehensive scale.
Then, based on her exceptional skills napping, stretching, and yawning, she was promoted to Senior Executive Vice President of Unimportant Matters.
When One Great Meeting was reorganized in early 2011, Olivia accepted a transfer to the photo branch of the business. She now serves as president and CFO (Chief Feline Officer).
Her responsibilities include: Sniffing junk mail, Listening to the phone ring, and Watching the office while Steve is out taking photos.
Olivia achieved a perfect score on the CAT (Cat Aptitude Test). She then earned an MFA (Masters in Feline Arts) in strategic napping with a minor in emphatic purring from UCLA (University for Cats, Los Angeles).
She recently completed independent study in the art of being a strategic nuisance. As a result, she now excels at sitting on books while they are being read.
Olivia spends her free time working on her patio project and practicing yoga napping.