What brought you to Logic20/20?
When I first moved to Seattle, it was important to me to find a company that valued company culture. I was new to the area and wanted to be involved with my company more than just sitting at a desk 40 hours per week. I came across the Seattle Business Magazine’s 100 Best Places to Work list and I knew that was a good place to start looking. At the time, Logic20/20 had just been featured for the 3rd year in a row, so I knew they were doing it right! After interviewing and getting to spend time with my future team I knew my values were aligned with this company, and it was a place I could see myself long-term.
What are your favorite things about working at Logic?
One of my favorite things about working at Logic is the opportunity to get involved in the community. The company has various groups such as the Women’s Group and Volunteer Committee that allow employees to network, learn and make an impact outside of the work we are doing every day. I also really enjoy the people I am working with; I enjoy the collaborative environment and learn something new every day.
What’s your background?
I studied communication at the University of Connecticut during my undergrad. When I graduated, I wasn’t quite done with UConn so I applied to their Masters Program and received a Masters of Arts, Mass Communication & Media Studies. Shortly after graduating with my masters, I left Connecticut and held various marketing roles across Orange County, CA before finally settling in Seattle.
“Wherever you go, no matter what the weather, always bring your own sunshine.” ― Anthony J. D'Angelo
When I am not at work, you can find me at the beach, spending time with friends, crafting, or exploring my new home in Washington. In addition, my boyfriend and I love travelling. I have hit 30/50 states (trying to make that 50/50 over the next 5 years), and we are trying to see as much as we can together.
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