What’s your story?
I’m the taskmaster at Muletown Digital. My job is to make sure that our projects run smoothly, on time, and on budget, and that our customers are happy with their results.
What do you love most about what you do?
I love what I do because I keep everyone on track. It’s almost like being the drummer in a band. It is my responsibility to keep everyone else on the beat.
What do you love/ value most about what Muletown Digital does? Why?
I love how the team welcomed me and how they made me feel right at home.
What do you help Muletown’s clients achieve? How does your approach to your current role benefit the client in the end?
I help by making tasks and projects more streamlined and efficient while also helping to support other team members.
What is one thing about you that people would be surprised to learn?
I don’t like peanut butter and I’m definitely not Batman.
What’s a new skill you would like to learn, or existing talent/ interest you’d like to develop further? How do you want to grow?
I would like to develop my interest in the back end of the websites just as much as my interest in the front end. Learning how tickets are resolved while also learning why we choose to layout information one way as opposed to another.
If you had to pick a different career–any career– what would it be?
I think that in a different life, I choose martial arts in some capacity, whether that means coaching other fighters or even becoming a fighter myself. I find that entire space extremely interesting because some of the most dangerous humans on earth are some of the most wise and gentle people.
What’s in your work bag right now? By work bag, we mean your fanny pack.
Phone, Keys, Wallet, Glasses, and on most days you’ll find a RedBull in my hand.
What’s the most important piece of professional/ career advice you’ve ever received?
“I know of no better life purpose than to perish in attempting the great and the impossible. The fact that something seems impossible shouldn’t be the reason to not pursue it that’s exactly what makes it worth pursuing where would the courage be where would the greatness be if success was certain and there was no risk the true failure is shrinking away from life challenges
“I’ve always found that anything worth achieving will always have obstacles in the way and you’ve got to have that drive and determination to overcome those obstacles on route to whatever it is that you want to accomplish.”