SOLTECH Spotlight: Meet Ann, Client Lead
Ann has been with SOLTECH as a client lead (that’s our way of saying amazing client development folks) for just over a year. She’s an avid traveler, having lived in Cleveland, Dallas, Chicago, and finally (lucky for us), she decided to stay put here in Atlanta. Ann has three sons, a hilarious husband, and a rescue kitty. She’s also a competitive tennis player. Her competitive spirit makes her phenomenal at her job, where she “chases the thrill of the sale and makes sure we deliver excellence!”
Keep reading to learn a little more about Ann.
Can you tell us what you do at SOLTECH, but explain it like you’re talking to a child?
At SOLTECH I make sure all of the people that we do work with are taken care of and happy. I also get new companies to work with us. I ask them to allow us to create new computer/software for their company and I also help them get new workers at their company.
What are your super powers (what are you better at than anyone else)?
I am Elasta girl- I am the best at doing many things at once and make sure we all come back together.
What’s your favorite thing about working for SOLTECH?
I love that every day is different. Since we work in all technologies and many different fields, the entire world is a possible client. We have such variety in people and skill sets that are great to learn about new industries.
Do you have a favorite app?
I love Open Table- it is easy for me to book client or personal reservations. I also love my Fandango app- it is great to see what movies are playing.
If you could have a dinner with one person, dead or alive, who would it be and why?
Sheryl Sandberg ( COO of Facebook). I would like to pick her brain on how she was able to be a mother and grow within her business. She has such a strong passion for supporting the growth of young women and men that I would like to learn from her and see how I could be involved.
Is there something about you that some people might be surprised to learn?
I enjoy making pottery and glass jewelry. When I am not playing tennis on the weekend, I like to take art classes at the Spruill Center.
Pizza or Tacos?