Every Wednesday, we’ll be highlighting a member of our MyCorporation family tree- check in with us every week to meet the team here at MyCorp!
Job Title: Social Media Intern
What my job entails: I mainly help the rest of the social media department claw out a bit of exposure for MyCorporation using different online outlets. Sometimes that means writing a few articles on business topics, and others times it’s talking with people on our Twitter account.
Favorite pastime while in Ireland: Walking. I never liked walking before – I grew up in a desert where the temperatures reached well above 100 degrees, so even lingering by a window meant being drenched in sweat. But Ireland is beautiful, cold, and has the best scenery in the world. Even the city has its beauty, and walking around with Tiff (my fiancée) has become one of my favorite things to do.
Favorite pastime while in America: My favorite thing to do in the States would probably just be to sit around and joke with a few friends. I can do that in Ireland, but I have friendships that go back to when I was five in the States, so the conversations are always a lot more enjoyable.
The best outfit you’ve ever worn: The best? I don’t know – that’s a hard measurement to make. Suit wise, I’ll always try to go more rustic – tweed blazer, gray wool pants, suspenders and a sweater. But my favorite, standby outfit is a pair of dark jeans, doc martens, a Ben Sherman shirt, and a Harrington Jacket. And I never leave the house without my wool flatcap.
Favorite soda of choice: I really like Vault even though its been discontinued.
The best thought I’ve ever had: Can I get a little corny here? Realizing that Tiff will be with me for the rest of our lives, that we’ll be in studying in Ireland, that she’ll always be there for support – most of my best thoughts revolve around her. And we’ve been together for ten years, so there are a lot of them.
I like MyCorp because: I’ve never met a boss like Deborah, or worked for a company like MyCorp. The employees are treated with such respect, and Deborah has no qualms about taking advice and letting us do what we do best. That level of freedom is really hard to come by, and it allows the more creative among us to flourish.