What brings you joy?

I would say my family, exercise, and wellness – running and being outside with nature and my dog.

What would you like to learn?

I would like to learn a foreign language or two. I love studying product design too.

Who or what inspires you?

I would say, people who think big, ultimately who understand things on a micro level and understand how it connects on a larger level.

What is your proudest moment at netlogx?

I would have to say having the ability to embrace change, be flexible, and take on new challenges and seeing how well that typically works out. 

If you could talk to your teenage self, what would you say?

I would say stay committed but not rigid – focus on something but don’t leave anything out (study, friends, family). 

What is your favorite book or movie, and why?

Citizen Kane is a 100ish years old and still resonates today – if we don’t take our conscious awareness and steering greed, the consequences.

How can you make change work for you? 

Take personal bias out of the equation, put yourself in the client’s shoes, and see how you can help them. Become the person with the problem and see how you can help fix it. 

What does wellness at netlogx mean to you?

Wellness at netlogx, to me, means if you’re taking care of yourself, that’s going to manifest in your work as a team member. 

How would you describe netlogx’ culture?

netlogx’ culture is very inviting and family-oriented. There is a level of trust and confidence you can reach out to people for help even if you’re not on the same project. netlogx is small enough to have a clear purpose and for everyone to feel included in that. 

What is a fun fact about you? Or the most exciting thing you’ve ever done or place you’ve ever been? 

I’d say I’ve recently cured myself of asthma through various techniques!