In our 5 Questions blog series, we profile our customers, partners and team members to help the ClickDimensions community become better acquainted. We hope you enjoy getting to know these individuals, and if you’re interested in being featured, send us an email at [email protected]
1. What do you like best about your job?
I really enjoy finding ways to help end users automate manual, time-consuming tasks. I like hearing about all of the different challenges our customers face and helping them to develop strategies with technology to help alleviate and solve those challenges. User adoption and teaching tips or tricks to system administrators is truly a passion of mine that brings me great joy!
2. What are the biggest professional challenges you face and how does ClickDimensions help you address those challenges?
Life gets busy – and even with the best marketing content intentions, it’s easy to get side-tracked and forget to put out content in regular intervals. ClickDimensions offers a great option for us to connect with our customers and prospects with relevant content. ClickDimensions allows companies to interact regularly with their customers and prospects via email, social media, campaign automations and more.
3. What was your background before landing in your current role?
My first career was in marketing, specifically B2B marketing. I did that for seven years before moving over to the CRM/Dynamics 365 side of things.
4. If you could learn a new skill in an instant, what would it be?
Swimming. I’m currently training for a triathlon, and the swimming is a HUGE struggle for me. I never learned any swimming techniques when I was younger (apart from being able to not drown!) and it’s proven extremely difficult to learn now that I’m 40.
5. Who is the person you most admire?
My little sister, Lisa. She is a special education teacher in South Carolina and works with kids who have physical disabilities. Not only does she care for them extremely well, but she goes way, way, above and beyond to really become a part of their family by being these kids’ advocate for everything. She’s pretty awesome and I am super lucky to be her sister.