SVP Sales and Marketing, Shiloh Technologies
1. How are you pivoting during the pandemic?
At Shiloh we are pretty much running all operations remotely. As a technical company, it was not too difficult from an operational standpoint to pivot to operating remotely. Personally, I have definitely pivoted to more cooking at home, which means I am getting creative and trying new things.
2. Favorite quote:
“Be the change you want to see in the world.”
3. What nonprofits are you involved with, and why?
I tend to stay pretty involved with a variety of nonprofits in our area. Currently, I am actively investing my time and resources with Single Parent Scholarship Fund of Benton County. I am very passionate about their mission of enabling single parents to attain self-sufficiency through post-secondary education. These recipients are such an inspiration. Investing in this organization is investing in our community.
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