Logistics & Customer Support
With EnergyLogic since April 2018
What excites you about working at EnergyLogic?
I love that I work for a company whose mission is as important as the people working towards it. EnergyLogic really cares about its employees and the workplace culture, which I believe makes everyone more efficient and excited to come to work with a "full tank".
What core value resonates with you the most and why?
Working in a place that values Doing the Right Thing is incredibly important to me. It shows me that my hard work and integrity is valued by my coworkers and superiors and that as a team we are working toward a common goal with unity.
Do you have any unique hobbies/talents?
My family loves to snowmobile and almost every weekend between November and February we pack up early in the morning and head to the Snowy Range Mountains in Wyoming.
What is something people may be surprised to know about you?
As a child, I spent a good portion of my school breaks traveling the country and seeing some of the most majestic sites the United States has to offer. Death Valley, Ca. Yellowstone National Park. I have been blessed to experience these places on many occasions.
What did you study?
Being born and raised in Colorado and having my family close, I chose to stay local for school. I studied American Sign Language with an Emphasis in communications.
How would you spend your perfect Saturday?
My husband and I love to cook and spend time with family. A typical Saturday, (or Sunday) in our house looks like early morning coffee and a trip to the grocery store and we spend the morning and afternoon cooking and preparing for family dinner. We love to entertain and have friends and family over. There are often naps between loads of laundry and dog walks.
What makes up your family?
Though we have 2 German Shepherds, my husband, Mike, and I are expecting our first child, a daughter, in February 2019. We live near my extended family and are close with them, but Mike's family is from Virginia. They travel here to see us, and the mountains, about once a year.