Title: Executive Administrator
“People rarely succeed unless they have fun in what they are doing.” – Dale Carnegie
“Attitude is a little thing that makes a big difference.” – Winston Churchill
Describe what you do in a day:
The funny thing about my job is that every day looks different. I support four of Triangle’s Executive Team (and sometimes countless others 😊), so my daily schedule is dependent on what projects they are working on at any given time. My primary focus is to make sure that their days run smoothly and that their time is spent as efficiently as possible!
What is your proudest accomplishment?
My proudest personal accomplishment is marrying my husband Tyler, and raising our sweet son, Brooks! We have created a life together that I’m very proud of!
Externally, Triangle is known for doing quality work and maintaining its core values in the process. Internally, they treat their people with respect and understand that we have families so they allow for a great work-life balance.
What do you like to do in your free time?
I spend most of my free time with my extended family, whether it be up at the cottage, or game nights on the weekends. I love traveling, going boating, and attending sporting events. We also enjoy church (currently online!) on Sundays!
How did you end up in construction?
My dad was a residential builder growing up so I was surrounded with construction my entire life. When a position opened at Triangle, I happily accepted and never looked back!
What’s the last book you read?
The last book I read was The Little Blue Truck by Alice Shertle. This is a fun children’s book that I read to my son, Brooks. With a one-year-old, there isn’t much time for personal reading!
What motivates you?
I am a people pleaser by nature so I would say that I am motivated when people are pleased with the job I’m doing. I’m always up for the task and motivated to find the answer no matter the path I need to take to get there!
I’m an expert Euchre player! Ok, maybe not an expert but I love playing and will never turn down a game of Euchre.