What do you do for Hannon Hill?
As a Marketing Specialist, I am responsible for creating blog posts, social media content, marketing materials, and event planning. I enjoy storytelling and strive to share the latest news about our exciting product releases in a fun and engaging way.
Why do you work at Hannon Hill?
From the initial interview, I knew there was something different about Hannon Hill. The growth-mindedness of my superiors is inspiring, and the desire for excellence modeled by my peers pushes me to be the best version of myself. Working at the Atlanta Tech Village, the fourth largest tech hub in the United States, isn't too bad either! :-)
Superpowers at work:
Because I was raised in a family business, I know what it takes to run a successful company. Each day, I come to work treating the company like it's my own, ensuring I do my part to move the needle and help us produce the best software our clients deserve.
Superpowers outside of work:
I'm super organized and good at making sure that the house is in great shape, food is cooked, dishes are cleaned, and the laundry is washed and folded. I like things tidy, what can I say?!
Best advice you've ever received:
Don't quit. Once you start quitting, the next time you want to quit on something, it gets easier, and easier, and easier. Next thing you know, you'll walk through life a quitter. I never quit on anything again after getting that talk from one of my former bosses.
What do you do for fun?
I like running. Running clears my mind, puts things into perspective, and helps me get new ideas on things to write about. Talking about writing, I enjoy writing encouraging and motivating stories on my lifestyle blog.
If you didn't work in technology, what would you be doing?
I spent about eight years in the legal industry. If I didn't work in technology, I'd probably work in a legal marketing or public relations department of a global law firm.
"We shall not cease from exploration, and the end of all our exploring will be to arrive where we started and know the place for the first time."
- T.S. Eliot