What brings you joy?
Spending time with my friends and family doing the things I love. Some of my happiest memories involve just sitting around the dinner table with the people I care about and talking and laughing for hours.
What would you like to learn?
I would like to learn how to cook better. My dad is an amazing cook and I wish I had the patience to cook all different types of meals like he does.
Who or what inspires you?
My parents inspire me. They are the kindest, most hard-working people I have ever met. They have always taught me that I can do anything and be anything as long as I work hard. I am so thankful for my parents and everything they do for me.
What is your proudest work moment at netlogx?
My proudest moment at netlogx was when I gave a presentation on a professional dress at the beginning of my internship. So many people emailed me after the presentation to congratulate me and ask me questions and it felt amazing that, even though I was still in college, people listened and took what I had to say seriously.
If you could talk to your teenage self, what would you say?
I would tell my teenage self that all my hard work is going to pay off and that the friendships I have are going to last forever. I was always stressed in high school about all of the activities I was involved in and worrying about who I was hanging out with. Now I am almost done with college and the people I was friends with are still some of my biggest supporters. I would tell my teenage self to take advantage of every opportunity I have.
What is your favorite book or movie and why?
My favorite book is The Outsiders. I have read it over twenty (20) times because it is so beautifully written and really sucks you into the life and mind of the main character, Ponyboy.
What would you write on the netlogx Before I Die wall?
Before I die, I want to live in a big farmhouse in Georgia with a wraparound porch, huge front windows, and a big garden.
What does process management mean to you?
Process management to me means documenting how things are done so they are processes, not people. It means organizing ideas, information, and solutions in a way that everyone understands so everything can continue to run efficiently
What does wellness at netlogx mean to you?
Wellness at netlogx means taking care of yourself. It means staying healthy physically and mentally. We all spend so much time sitting down and staring at computers so little things, like step challenges, that encourage us to be active whenever we have the option makes a big difference.
How would you describe netlogx’ culture?
netlogx’ culture is caring. Everyone here genuinely wants the best for every single person they work with. Whether it be feedback to help someone perform better, monthly meetings to give everyone a quick break, or constant recognition for good work, netlogx does everything it can to show its employees that they care.
What is a fun fact about you? Or the most exciting thing you’ve ever done or place you’ve ever been?
A fun fact about me is that I love the ocean. Every year my family goes to Destin, Florida and we spend a week just sitting in the sun, swimming, and reading books. It is the thing I look forward to most every year.