Senior Analytics Analyst
Winter Springs, Florida. (Also known as The Sprangs ((Go Bears))
How long have you been with Net Conversion?
Almost three and a half years.
What clients do you work on?
Orlando Magic, Solar Bears, Lakeland Magic, ABC Fine Wine & Spirits, and AdventHealth.
Favorite moment at Net Con thus far?
It’s a recent one: at the Charity Challenge when we did the tubing event. We were belly up in a disgusting retention pond on a tube using our little chicken wings to fly backwards as fast as possible and we kicked absolute ass. In fact, we were so good they rigged the bracket system so that one of our events for a different sport overlapped with our subsequent tubing round, and we couldn’t participate. We’re definitely going to be taking home the gold next year.
What’s your philosophy toward working here?
Work hard, play hard.
What’s something we’d be surprised to learn about you?
I used to do theatre growing up (before I discovered lacrosse ((but I still love karaoke)).
Who do you admire most at Net Con that’s not on your team?
Grant. He made this super amazing program that makes our lives so much easier (Conversionomics) and he put up with us in the early stages when we would break it and tear him apart when it didn’t work the way we wanted it to. Did I mention he’s super smart?
What’s your favorite Net Con Perk?
I enjoy the close relationships we have with our clients, especially when we get the opportunity to attend some of their events. #MagicAboveAll
Favorite project you’ve done/proudest accomplishment?
Helping ABC achieve one of their most successful Holiday seasons last year, even with some store consolidations.
What do you do when you’re not at work?
Kickboxing, play lacrosse, and spend time with family at the beach.
What is your favorite thing to do in The City Beautiful?
I really love the food scene in the Mills 50 area, and any water-related sports in the lakes all around Orlando.
Team Jet or Team Yacht?
If you joined the circus, what would your act be?
Does cage fighting count? I’ve been told I’d be good at that.