KeyQuest Health Employee Spotlight September 2021: Isabella Osekavage

The KeyQuest Health Employee Spotlight is an ongoing series where we give you the opportunity to better get to know the incredible individuals that make-up KeyQuest Health. Each month we’ll highlight one team member with a fun, informative peek into their unique personality.

What is your role at KeyQuest Health?

Project Director

What do you think makes KeyQuest Health a great place to work?

Definitely the people. The team here fosters such a supportive, creative, and collaborative environment, which encourages us all to succeed – both as individuals and as a whole.

When you are not at work, what are some of your favorite things to do?

Normally top of the list would be riding horses, although I have not done enough of that lately, which needs to change! I love hiking and fishing as well – anything outdoors really. Also brewing / drinking our own beer and hard seltzer is fun, plus cost effective. 

Share one thing from your bucket list that you are looking forward to accomplishing?

Buying a home! It’s a huge endeavor especially currently… but will happen eventually one way or another.

What is one thing that you cannot live without?


What song or musician can always be found on your playlist?

I don’t think there is one song or musician – I have multiple playlists for multiple genres, depending on the mood.

What is your dream destination that you would like to visit?

There are so many places on my bucket list… Patagonia I think would be incredible.  Ireland and New Zealand are also up there.

What one thing can instantly make your day better?

Driving with the windows down and a JAM comes on the radio (or my playlist). The volume naturally goes right up.

Would you rather live without cheese or eggs?

Cheese I guess… eggs are in so many things.


If you weren’t in market research, what would your ideal career be?

I would probably be doing something in animal health – I had always wanted to be a veterinarian

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