Hockey Account Manager & #BoysLacrosseMom
Direct Line 502-631-9854
Tell us about yourself.
Catherine is a graduate of Hollins University where she rode for the Equestrian Team. Catherine has previous experience in the hotel world, with Omni and Intercontinental Hotels. Prior to joining TTS, Catherine managed the Woodford Reserve Visitor Center, and prior to Brown-Forman, she managed events & ticketing for Churchill Downs. One could say she has mastered Kentucky’s best vices in gambling and bourbon. Catherine spends all of her free time chasing her two boys and their lacrosse passion. She and her husband also coach school lacrosse in the little free time not watching other lacrosse! Plus mom to a rescue basset hound.
Three words that best describe you.
Considerate, friend, team player
What is the best thing about working at TTS?
I cannot choose just one: positive team environment, women-owned, a true team spirit, opportunties for continous learning/mentoring, fun, friends, challenging, rewarding.
To make the world a better place we should...
Just be nice…all of the time.
Name of the person that inspires you the most.
Ann Miller, my mother
What is your favorite memory of working at TTS?
I have been fortunate to spend the past month working in the Baltimore office, so I have loved getting to know the Millersville team!
Which core value is your personal favorite and why?
I am a huge fan of all six core values and how we inspire each other to emphasize these values each & every day. If I have to choose one, I would say Teamwork. I believe the teamwork is what takes us over the finish line – our customers respect us for getting the job done well and that takes a team. Each member of TTS values each otther, supports each other, and comes together to get the work done!
What are your hobbies?
Time with three of my boys, enjoying the parks & trails, getting outdoors, kayaking, family time, wine time.
Where did you go to school?
Who is waiting for you at home?
My first husband, Keith. Two boys, Cahill & Hayden. Bennie the bad basset hound.
"Alone we can so little; together we can do so much." Helen KellerCatherine Delaney