Melink Marketing Manager
What is your personal philosophy?
Look for opportunities to leave the world a better place.
What did you do before coming to Melink?
I was a digital marketing manager for a software suite for the automobile industry and I was a marcom manager for a building products company. I have always had a love for communication and telling a brand’s story.
What is your favorite aspect of working at Melink?
The people and the culture hands down. It probably sounds repetitive to what everyone else said, but it is so true! We are a big family here; we support each other, challenge each other, and truly enjoy being around each other. When your office is basically your second home, it is nice to be surrounded by amazing people and a welcoming environment! It truly is a Great Place To Work!
What do you like to do in your time off?
I love to be active outside, especially with my kids! We love to play sports, go on bike rides and walks, and enjoy picnics at the park. I also run quite a bit. While I can’t say it is my favorite thing to do, I love challenging myself and running really pushes me mentally and physically. Plus, there is something amazing about touring your city during a run!
Tell us something that might surprise us about you.
I played ice hockey growing up both competitively and recreationally. I was even on the same team as my brother through high school!
What are you most proud of?
My kids. Watching them grow absolutely blows me away and I have learned more than I ever thought possible from them. I love hearing their views on current topics and seeing their personality blossom through conversations. Also, their perseverance and attention to detail is beyond anything I could ever imagine. That is mostly a good thing until they remember what you promised them last year! They may be young but they are mighty and I am confident they will make great things happen.
What are your hopes for our industry?
That renewable energy becomes mainstream. That people don’t stop trying to make a change because it is against the grain or “too hard”. Nothing worthwhile comes easy and we have to continue questioning, researching, and innovating.
Motto or personal mantra?
It’s never too late to be what you might have been.