After many outstanding applicants, we're happy to introduce our new Happiness Engineer and freshest member of the team, Kaitlin Rawley.
Upon meeting Kaitlin, we immediately knew she'd be a perfect fit for our growing team. As Happiness Engineer, she'll not only be handling a lot of technical support, but she'll be working hard with all of you to perfect the user experience from beginning to end - including the consideration of new features, improved design and user interface, and helping each of you maximize your use of Flocknote.
A little more about Kaitlin:
She's married to Joe.
Has a dog named Marty McFly.
And she was also a top collegiate cyclist in the nation while at Florida State University.
One of the questions we asked in the interview process was "What makes you tick?" I'd like to share a snippet of Kaitlin's excellent answer:
"Some days the lofty goal of following God's will in my life is a piece of cake, chocolate with cream cheese icing to be exact, and other days I fall short and it's more like eating the leftovers in my fridge from two weeks ago. We all have foibles, but what excites me beyond reason is that God can do such great things with such broken people. I know that following God's will in my life will lead me down a path that my brain can't even begin to fathom.
Waking up every day, whether I am getting cake or leftovers, I know that just getting out there and trying is half the battle. I am a dreamer and a planner deep in my heart. I love thinking and forming great ideas, and then just going for it. If you don't open yourself up to change, what are you really giving God permission to do in your life?
Other random things that also make me tick in no particular order: my husband, giggling babies, puppy-dog tail wags, classic movies with a large heaping of buttery popcorn, the view from a mountain top, living simply, riding my bicycle, blogging, avoiding certain vegetables."
Please join us in warmly welcoming Kaitlin to the team. She'll likely be the one happily answering your email and phone calls. Feel free to shoot her an email (at firstname.lastname@example.org) just to say hello - or to ask her any really hard questions in her first week. :-)