Barbara Gordon started working at Beaumont House in December 1972. Over the past three decades, she has risen through the ranks to executive director. Here, she shares her thoughts on leaving the place where that success was fostered.
Ed Marklin, ASBMB's information technology go-to, started working at ASBMB in 1995. Here he talks about the challenges of converting the old mansion into an office space.
Chuck Hancock served as ASBMB's chief executive at Beaumont House for more than 20 years. Here he shares his reflections on the campus and his career there.
Jeanne Gladfelter started at ASBMB in December 1988. She originally was hired for a temporary position but came on full time just a few months later. She’s been here ever since.
Muriel "Mickey" Korn worked full time at ASBMB for 17 years and then worked part time for an additional 16 years. Here she reflects on shared recipes and calorie-burning walks around campus.
Ned Maher, a member of ASBMB's accounting team, says he never expected to work at Beaumont House for so long, but he's sure glad he did.
The Journal of Biological Chemistry's Joan Cuthbert talks about working in the old mansion's playroom -- and cutting up (and dressing up) with colleagues from time to time.