We have a new Sales & Customer Service professional at Vermont Woods Studios! Please help me welcome Leanne Drouin to our Vermont furniture family. Lee is working alongside Sean Henry to serve our customers in person at Stonehurst as well as via phone, email and live chat. Here’s a little inside scoop on Lee so you can surprise her when you call or stop by— she’s a woman of many interests.
Daughter of a Woodworker
We interviewed many excellent candidates for the position but Lee was outstanding in her knowledge of the different wood species we use in our furniture. She was quick to point out all the woods we have in the showroom as she spoke of helping her dad in his woodworking shop. A knowledge of design, dovetails and wood movement also came through and that will surely serve customers well at Vermont Woods Studios.
Animal Lover, Musician & Fellow Nature Nut
Lee grew up in Phillipston, a small town in Massachusetts. She is a huge fan of the outdoors, where she’s often spending time with her two children and best friend (a 4 year old boxer named “Cooper”). When she’s not playing the guitar you can find Lee fishing alongside the river or hiking with her dog on the local trails. She is proactive in protecting and preserving wildlife for future generations. She loves nature and animals.
Horse Whisperer & Fire Breather
Horses have been her first love since Lee was a small girl. As she grew older her favorite equine projects were rehabilitating “problematic” horses. Lee taught them to trust again as she built better relationships between humans and horses through trick training.
Lee is happy to be able to combine all of her life experiences and love of the outdoors to help us furnish a greener world at Vermont Woods Studios. We feel very fortunate to have her on our team!
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