- What do you do for Cellular Sales?
I am a graphic designer. I work on print media like flyers, mailers and posters, as well as digital content like social media graphics and ads for the BrightSigns (digital signage media players) that are displayed in all the stores.
- What do you enjoy about working at Cellular Sales?
The people at our company are some of the best I have ever worked with. Creativity and fun are encouraged as part of our office culture. I feel like the company does a lot to promote positive morale in the workplace.
- Can you share a particularly satisfying experience or proud moment from work?
When the COO, JT Thome, emailed me and told me I “absolutely rocked” on a project I did. That felt really good.
- What do you like about Cellular Sales that sets it apart from other companies?
Again, I work with an amazing team who all have great senses of humor. I enjoy coming to work because I know it will always be fun. And I think the company does a great job taking care of its employees.
- What was the most unusual, interesting or fun job you had prior to joining Cellular Sales?
My dad owned a bowling alley while I was growing up, so when I was a teenager I worked in the back fixing pinsetter machines whenever they jammed up.
- What are some of your hobbies?
Film, video games, printmaking, travel and playing with my dogs
- Do you have a good story about your team or something funny that happened at work?
All the Nerf gun fights are pretty fun.
- What kind of phone do you use?
I have a Google Pixel. I used iPhones for many years, but wanted to give Android a shot.
- How did you end up working for Cellular Sales?
A former professor told me about the opening. I was originally hired as the graphic designer for the Contact Center. I worked exclusively down there for about ten months before becoming a part of the Creative Services team.
- How are you different now than when you began your career with Cellular Sales?
Personally, I just got engaged. We recently bought a house and we’ve adopted two golden doodles, Buckley and Murray. Professionally, the experiences I’ve had in this position have definitely helped me grow as a graphic designer, especially in learning new areas like user experience, email design and corporate design as a whole. I have been very fortunate to learn new concepts and techniques through online training, conferences, and from my very intelligent coworkers.