IBJ Podcast: Three women explain how the pandemic impacted their jobs and their lives

One year after the pandemic hit Indiana, three women talk about how it has affected their jobs and how that has affected their psyches.

Kelly Tingle, who kept her job in internal communications at Cummins Inc. but had to adjust to working at home; Lisette Woloszyk, who lost her job at the J.W. Marriott but has since found a new one; and Andrea Haydon, who has started her own design firm after being laid off from Ratio Design, talk with host Mason King about their anxieties, their fears and their hope about the future.

From left to right: Andrea Haydon; Kelly Tingle and her daughter, Elena; and Lisette Woloszyk

The women were among 11 central Indiana residents IBJ profiled in last week’s issue. You can see all the profiles here.

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