What is your role at Spacia Group, how long have you been with the company, and what is your favorite part about what you do?
I serve as Spacia’s marketing assistant and am quickly approaching a year with the company. It’s difficult to pinpoint my most favorite part of the job because there are several in the running – I love that each day is different; I enjoy the creativity; I get excited about “showing off” our capabilities; and I appreciate working with our team, along with the many gifts each person brings to the table.
What experience have you had prior to your current role that most influences your work at Spacia Group?
I have an interesting mix of previous marketing experiences before joining Spacia—the most notable are Louisville Glassworks/Architectural Glass Art, Inc. and Presentation Academy. Surprisingly, the work I did at my high school alma mater influences my current work most. Sometimes I laugh when I think about how much trying to appeal to grade school girls has impacted what I’m doing now. Shout out to the Toppers! 😃
If a movie was made about your life and you could choose the actor/actress to play you, who would you choose and why?
It’s a toss-up! First of all, if a movie was made about my life it’d most likely be pretty dull, but I’m hoping one of the following could liven it up a bit — Rachel McAdams (not so much Mean Girls, more so Wedding Crashers/The Notebook) or Emma Stone. Superficial, yes, I just think Rachel McAdams is the cutest. And Emma Stone is hilarious. Who didn’t love Crazy, Stupid, Love?! Ha – I wonder if Ryan Gossling would be up for the role of Bryan, my hubby? Can you tell I’m a sucker for a good ole Rom Com?!
What's the scariest thing you've ever done?
The scariest thing I’ve ever done is given birth unmedicated — twice! We actually have three kiddos, but the first one was born via c-section (also pretty scary).
If you had a time machine for the weekend, where would you go, and why?
If I had a time machine, I’d make two stops in the same year: my parents’ childhood homes in 1960. They’d both be about 5 years old (the same age as our oldest). I’d soak it all in – their personalities and traits, their likes and dislikes, their bedrooms, their parents (my amazing grandparents), their siblings (my aunts and uncles), their surroundings. I get such a kick out of the things our kids say and do. How fun to see firsthand what my parents were like at five years old, not to mention what was going on in the late 50s and early 60s. PS – Hi mom! I know you’re thrilled that everyone can now figure out your age.