I really enjoy getting to work with a team that has a sense of camaraderie where everyone is welcome to openly share ideas, solutions, passions, and feedback.
What 3-5 adjectives best describe you? Kind, cheerful, trustworthy, generous, and optimistic
Briefly describe your job… what do you really do at EL? I am a part of the marketing operations team, and my focus is email marketing, primarily on projects requested by sales. We evaluate each project for the proper resources, then connect to iron out any questions and timing details, and coordinate with the marketing team to build the email, set up the campaign parameters and target audience, and schedule deployment. Another crucial part of my job is to evaluate campaign/project performance and engagement and proactively identify opportunities for improvement.
What do you like about working at EL? I really enjoy getting to work with a team that has a sense of camaraderie where everyone is welcome to openly share ideas, solutions, passions, and feedback.
I also enjoy knowing that our products help make a difference, supporting education and building confidence and curiosity in young learners all over the world!
What's the most seriously fun thing you've ever done? Zip lining over the Great River in Jamaica.
Tell us about one of your STEM mentors. Who inspired you, and how??
I was inspired by my chemistry teacher in Jr. High school, sadly I can’t remember his name, but I do recall that he really made Chemistry fun and I looked forward to his class.
What big STEM accomplishment do you think we’ll see happen in the next 100 years, and why are you excited about it? I’m both nervous and excited as the transportation industry evolves and gasoline-powered vehicles become a thing of the past.
What big STEM accomplishment do you think we’ll see happen in the next 100 years, and why are you excited about it? ?
I’m both nervous and excited as the transportation industry evolves and gasoline-powered vehicles become a thing of the past.
Why is STEM education important, in your personal opinion??
I feel like STEM education develops curiosity, problem-solving, and investigative skills all of which are great life skills as well.
Time travel… past or future??
Future, I’m nosy and I would want to see what my family is doing and how things evolve.
Chemistry or Biology? Chemistry – loved all the experiments!
Algebra or Geometry? Algebra
Learn a language or learn how to code?
Both I have some coding experience already but have yet to conquer learning another language – it’s on my bucket list.
Deep space or deep sea?
Bill Nye or Neil DeGrasse Tyson?
Einstein or Newton?
Star Wars or Star Trek?
Oooo – both and may the force be with you! Been a Star Wars fan since my dad 1st took me as a little girl!
Keyboard or Paper + Pencil?
I love writing but as my notebooks/journals continue to grow (and I can’t throw them away) I have also started to keep notes digitally – so it really depends on my mood at this point.
Playlists or podcasts?
Both, although lately it’s been more podcasts.
In the classroom… Front row or back row?
2nd or 3rd row