Tell us about yourself.
I was born in Columbus, GA and moved to Louisville, KY by the age of 3 so Louisville is the only home that I know (or remember anyways)! I have always had a passion for sports and helping people. I was a competitive gymnast for 13 years, competitive cheerleader for 8 years, and I bowled in high school and for 2 years in college. I attended Northern Kentucky University and received my bachelor of science in Psychology and minored in Sports Business. After a 5 year break, I decided to try out for NKU’s cheer team and made it! I graduated in May 2020 and began working at TTS in July 2021! My love for sports and helping others have been a great combination in this environment and I’m so excited to learn more!
Three words that best describe you.
Happy, Dedicated, Sincere
Which core value is your personal favorite and why?
The importance of work/life balance is my favorite core value because I feel like these days that’s very hard to find in the workplace. So many people experience burnout so quickly and grow to resent their jobs. By implementing work/life balance as a core value, that let’s the employee’s know that the company cares!
What are your hobbies?
Binge watching Netflix and Hulu, taking naps, cooking, spending time with friends and family
Name of the person that inspires you the most.
My mom, DeVon March
What is your favorite memory of working at TTS?
Finding out where we’re going on a company trip just my second day of working here!
What is the best thing about working at TTS?
Everyone is so friendly and welcoming. I couldn’t ask for a better start to my experience here and just after 3 days I love it so much already! Everyone makes you feel like family and their so genuine and considerate!
To make the world a better place we should...
Be nice and not judge others regardless of how they live their lives!
Where did you go to school?
Northern Kentucky University for undergrad; Harvard Extension School for graduate
Who is waiting for you at home?
My aunt and older sister
"When you feel like quitting, remember why you started"Aliya March