Director, Agency Operations
Plant City, Florida
How long have you been with Net Con?
It’ll be five years this November.
What clients do you work on?
All of them.
Favorite moment at Net Con thus far?
Filming and producing the 10-year anniversary video. I got to interview everyone at the company, and it allowed me to get to know them better and see the company through their eyes.
What’s your philosophy toward working here?
Grind it out.
Who do you admire most at Net Con that’s not on your team?
Kristin. She’s earned her nickname “Smiley” time & time again. I really admire how positive she always is. Everyone enjoys being on accounts with her & she has the most infectious laugh. She’s always on top of everything; when we get to work together, I know I can count on her to pull her weight and then some! I’m lucky to call her one of my best friends and thankful we get to spend time together outside of work.
What’s your favorite Net Con Perk?
Free food for sure.
Favorite project you’ve done/proudest accomplishment?
This building! I had no construction background whatsoever going in. The most I had done was some light painting and changing the electrical outlets at my house. Every facet of the project was an opportunity to learn something new and get creative, and I got to work with some pretty interesting people. I really grew (and stressed) throughout the project.
What’s your favorite feature of the new building?
It just feels like home. We’ve been nomads for so long, but this just feels like our spot. Also, I love the standing desks.
What do you do when you’re not at work?
Play flag-football, travel and take pictures when I can, hang out with my dog Panda, and go to fun events with my girlfriends
What is your favorite thing to do in the wonderful city of Orlando?
Kayaking all throughout Central Florida.
Team Jet or Team Yacht?
I used to be Team Jet but then over my last vacation I saw a yacht party and thought “Damn, that’s a cool lifestyle.”
What sport would be the funniest to add a mandatory amount of alcohol to? Would you change any of the rules?
Boxing. New rule: for every hit you miss, you have to take a shot.