What is your role at Skykit?
As a Senior Account Executive, I get to meet new customers and help them select workspace solutions to address their organizational challenges.
What makes you the most excited about your new position?
I am looking forward to working with a smart and engaged group of people who are excited about the products Skykit offers and how to best help their customers succeed.
Once I discovered how quick and creative Skykit is in shaping its services around the needs of its customers, I instantly knew I wanted to be a part of their team.
I love the idea of using fresh, new concepts to help customers. It’s a privilege to work closely with potential customers and our talented development team, crafting unique solutions that truly make a difference.
What are some of the things you enjoy doing in life outside of working for Skykit?
It might come as no surprise since I am in a Sales role, but even outside of work, I enjoy traveling and meeting new people. My travels often include time for snowboarding or surfing.
While at home, you can find me enjoying a good meal with great friends and spending time with my purrfect pup, Charlie the Vizsla.
Where is your favorite place and why?
Thailand. It has incredible natural beauty, friendly people, and amazing food.
If you could be any famous person or fictitious being who would it be and why?
James Bond. You are effectively an immortal world traveler with all of the coolest gadgets. And you’re always saving the world from the Big Bad Guy.
I’m endlessly curious and enjoy learning new things, so I am excited to explore all of Skykit’s easy-to-use software products.
I thoroughly enjoy spending some of my free time in my garage/workshop, often working late into the evenings and over weekends, fixing up cars, motorcycles, and bicycles. A consistent understanding from my time tinkering is that regardless of the problem you’re trying to solve, whether it’s related to your business or personal life, it all boils down to having the right tools and knowledge. This might involve welding, programming, 3D modeling, or even having the right contacts to call upon when you need a helping hand to move forward.