How long have you been with Net Conversion?
Just under 2 years.
What clients do you work on?
Universal Studios Hollywood, Retro Fitness, Central Florida Expressway, and Universal Orlando.
Favorite moment at Net Con thus far?
My first holiday dinner in 2018. Everyone was in a great mood and it felt like a culmination of my first year at Net Con, and it was really nice to be able to celebrate everyone’s achievements from the year.
What’s your philosophy toward working here?
I buy in to Net Con’s “Work Hard, Play Hard” mentality.
Some days will be really, really long and you’ll spend a lot of time working on something, but the people you’re with and the environment you’re in make those hours not so bad.
Also, help each other.
What’s something we’d be surprised to learn about you?
I’ve had my head glued back together twice and stapled back together once. I’m very prone to head injuries. I tend to lead with my head.
(Interviewer: So would you say you dive headfirst into danger?)
Who do you admire most at Net Con that’s not on your team?
Kyla. I worked with her on AdventHealth and was very impressed with her refusal to accept the status quo, and her determination to make things work.
What’s your favorite Net Con Perk?
The kitchen. I love making avocado toast for breakfast. It makes it nice to come in to work in the morning.
Favorite project you’ve done/proudest accomplishment?
Definitely the Conversionomics build and dashboard reporting for Universal Studios Hollywood. USH has a really big data set dating back to 2015, and I was tasked with finding a way to aggregate all of that data and build reporting on it. It was one of the first major projects I took on at Net Conversion and I think it turned out really well; the client liked it, and it makes my life easier.
What do you do when you’re not at work?
When I’m not at work I’m either playing soccer, walking Stevie, or playing video games.
What is your favorite thing to do in The City Beautiful?
Eat. I think Orlando has a really cool culinary scene, with awesome Chinese, Vietnamese, Japanese, and Mexican cuisine. There’s more, those are just what I eat most often.
Team Jet or Team Yacht?
What’s the biggest bird you think you could beat in a fight?
If I’m unarmed, fisticuffs style, I’m gonna be honest with you, I don’t think I could beat anything bigger than a goose. Anyone who tells you they can beat like an ostrich or an emu is lying to you. They don’t know what they’re going up against. Geese have teeth and strong wings. Imagine a goose coming at you, wings flapping, beak in your face, honking. I think defeating a goose would be an accomplishment.