Northstar’s Competitive Edge
Northstar’s own Cameron Feeley and Natasha Marcuard display their leadership and competitiveness in and outside the workplace.
Cameron is a synchronized figure skater for the USA National team, The Haydenettes. The team trains at the Skating Club of Boston in Norwood Massachusetts, a previously completed Northstar project. The Haydenettes placed 1st in Colorado Springs as the National Champions in March of this year. After being named Team USA 1, the Haydenettes headed north to Hamilton, Canada to represent the United States at the World Championship. With a fantastic performance and an all-out team effort, they took home 5th place overall. Cameron has been figure-skating for 17 years and has skated for Team USA for 7 years. She carries her competitiveness and leadership on the ice with her as a professional in the workplace and is a crucial member of her project team.
As a competitive swimmer growing up, Natasha recently began to expand her interest for endurance sports. After picking up running during the Pandemic’s lockdowns, she decided to commit and prepare for a triathlon. Last year she entered a women’s only race in Hopkinton State Park. After successfully completing her first triathlon, she was immediately hooked and continued to train.
This year she is competing in the same Title 9 Hopkinton triathlon in September and will also be competing in another women’s only race hosted in Portland, ME in July. The race is called Tri for a Cure, a fundraising event for the Maine Cancer Foundation. As a North Carolina native, braving New England’s waters will be her next big challenge. At Northstar Natasha serves as not only an experienced Project Manager, but a leader and a trusted team member. She has taken that mentality to her races and now has friends and colleagues joining her in this year’s upcoming event.