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Spring/Summer 2014

Perimeter has gained a reputation as a good home for young people who are forward thinking, for out-of-the-box thinkers. And I like the environment I work in to be warm – not physically warm, obviously, since I am moving from California to Canada. But when you walk into Perimeter, you get these feelings of energy. People have ideas. They are eager to work. They are nice to each other, and they share ideas. This energy is intoxicating. I can’t wait to start.

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