What brings you joy?

Spending time in nature, being with my dogs, and spending lots of time with my family.

 What would you like to learn?

It’s probably a new language; I don’t know what type of language it would be, but I’ve always been enamored with people who speak many languages.

 Who or what inspires you?

People that go after their dreams. I watch America’s Got Talent, and I always find myself crying for those people because that’s their dream; they’re doing something they never thought they could do. I like watching the underdogs win!

 What is your proudest moment at netlogx?

Everything has been a learning curve for me, so I think my proudest moment was traveling to another state to help generate business!

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

Just be patient; everything happens for a reason… Those hard lessons at the moment are horrible. You don’t think you are going to get through them, or you don’t understand what is happening, but those are the best because you can look back and see the lessons and reflect on them. I think that makes someone into a better person.

 What is your favorite book or movie, and why?

I like thrillers… like Gone Girl and Shutter Island. Same with books, Rock Paper Scissors by Alice Feeny, or The Perfect Marriage by Jeneva Rose – always something with a twist at the end.

 What does project management mean to you?

As a company, we are the puppeteers, having to make sense of someone else’s chaos and give them direction to meet their goals. 

What does wellness at netlogx mean to you?

The flexibility and encouragement to take time for ourselves. While we need to get the work done, it is okay to take some time off.

 How would you describe netlogx’ culture?

Hardworking, collaborative, and team member wellness is a priority. It’s very flexible and is a very nice mix. 

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

I love putting furniture together. When I was little, I had a kitchen set that I would take apart and put together… It is like a puzzle.