What brings you joy?
All of my animals. Being able to work from home and spend time with them has been the bright spot of the pandemic. The combination of the ability to work from home and being surrounded by my animals all of the time.
What would you like to learn?
Sign language. My fiancé’s family is deaf, and I have been trying to learn it. To be able to learn sign language fully is the ultimate goal.
Who or what inspires you?
My fiancé a lot of the time. He is extremely hard working and never fearful to go after what he wants or his goals. He doesn’t get scared; he gets more empowered. That is something I envy and am inspired by.
What is your proudest work moment at netlogx?
For one project, I had to create standard operating procedures for one of our clients and I had never done that before. I was given free reign to work on those independently. Taking ownership of that task and it being something I hadn’t done before, and obviously we went through a couple of revisions based on what the client wanted but having ownership of that and being able to adapt was a big moment for me to be able to have that flexibility and ownership so soon after working here.
If you could talk to your teenage self, what would you say?
Continue to go after what you want to do and whatever that may be, have the freedom and autonomy to explore what you want to do. Having the motivation to follow what I wanted to do has led me to a lot of great opportunities. Continue to follow what you are wanting to do and the ambitions you have.
What is your favorite book or movie and why?
Local Woman Missing was one of my favorite ones as of recently. It was a thriller and every page made me want to keep reading. One of my all-time favorite movies is Remember the Titans.
What would you write on the netlogx Before I Die wall?
I really want to go to Germany. It has been a lifelong goal.
What does change management mean to you?
Adaptability and being able to move forward regardless of what you are given. When change comes, people get stuck, so adaptability and learning how to move forward with whatever is presented in front of you.
What does wellness at netlogx mean to you?
It is all-encompassing in terms of work-life balance, health, and mental health. The initiatives we have has made it a focal point to focus on health and wellbeing and your mental state. Especially with promoting people to take their PTO time and with all the different wellness initiatives. I am a part of the monthly step challenge which is always fun!
How would you describe netlogx’ culture?
Very autonomous. People are given ownership over tasks and given the trust to do them. This is unique for a work setting because you do not always have full ownership over your tasks. We trust everyone that works with us, and everyone is cooperative. I started during the pandemic, and everyone has always been willing to help.
What is a fun fact about you? Or the most exciting thing you’ve ever done or place you’ve ever been?
I played volleyball collegiately, so I got to travel a lot. I went to Europe three (3) separate times for it, and I think it was a very unique opportunity I was given. The most unique places I went I would say were Prague and the Czech Republic.