St. Pete, Florida.
How long have you been with Net Conversion?
Just over a year.
What clients do you work on?
All of them. My biggest client’s though are Fryan and the entire staff of Net Con.
Favorite moment at Net Con thus far?
The 2019 internal holiday party. It was just warm and fuzzy, everyone was dressed up, it was dimly lit, we had a fireplace going on the TV, then we did secret santa and white elephant. It was a lot of planning, but the culmination was really nice.
What’s your philosophy toward working here?
Work hard, be nice, try not to sweat the small stuff.
What’s something we’d be surprised to learn about you?
I am still a licensed esthetician.
Who do you admire most at Net Con that’s not on your team?
Honestly, everybody. On a daily basis, I’m just super impressed by the ideas people come up with.
What’s your favorite Net Con perk?
Favorite project you’ve done/proudest accomplishment?
Everything i’ve learned and adapted to over the last year. I’ve dabbled in accounting, in city permits, and keeping 50 people fed and happy.
What do you do when you’re not at work?
In quarantine, I’ve gotten really into DIY projects (I’ve painted pretty much every surface of my house). Now I really want power tools so I can figure out how to build things.
What is your favorite thing to do in The City Beautiful?
My favorite annual event is the Jazz & Blues festival at Leu Gardens, you take a blanket and picnic with the live music, and it’s very chill. I also like going to Wekiva Island.
Team Jet or Team Yacht?
What’s something you used to think was very cool, but now not so much?
In college I used to save all of the liquor bottles we went through, and used them as decor. I think I even had a liquor wall and a wine wall. I used to think that was really cool, and now it makes me cringe to think about it.
But then, I also grew up in the 90s, and there were just so many butterfly clips.