Tell us about yourself.
I was born and raised in Louisville and in true Louisville fashion attended Catholic grade school and high school. I graduated from the University of Louisville with a Bachelor of Arts/Sciences in Communications (take that, teachers that said I talk too much!) My first job was at Texas Roadhouse, where I started in the restaurant, then moved on to the Support Center. There I led the Reception & Hospitality Department and acted as a communications liaison between core departments. I worked with the company for 16 years before life and circumstances led me to Team Travel Source, and I am so grateful they did! I love wearing many hats, but my most favorite is “momma” to my son, Everett.
Three words that best describe you.
Loyal, silly, home-y
To make the world a better place we should...
Raise good humans – even non-parents can do this. Lead humbly by example and always with love.
Name of the person that inspires you the most.
My husband, Farley
What is the best thing about working at TTS?
The collaboration and openness to process changes. I love to see that when something isn’t working, all hands are on deck to find a solution. The amount of mutual respect amongst co-workers and their superiors is evident.
Which core value is your personal favorite and why?
Work/life balance is not just a buzzword or fluff for TTS. This is my favorite core value because they don’t just WANT you to have work/life balance, they serve it to you on a platter. Power hour has helped me be a better, healthier mom without the guilt of losing time with my family.
What are your hobbies?
I sincerely love TV, specifically reality TV. I enjoy quality time with my family and friends, and while not outdoorsy by nature, I love outdoor concerts and activities.
Where did you go to school?
University of Louisville
Who is waiting for you at home?
My son Everett, husband Farley, and dog/pseudo grumpy old man Figaro
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