What’s the most exciting thing about your job?
The most exciting part of my job is seeing SmartFreight grow in the UK and being part of what is making that happen.
Who’s inspired you most in your career?
I have met so many amazing people since working for SmartFreight who inspire me and push me to be the best that I can possibly be on a daily basis.
If you were an item in a warehouse, what would you be?
Tough question… I think I’d be the doors to the warehouse, it would be fascinating to see what was coming in and out each day!
If you had to do it all over again, what would you do different?
I don’t think I would change anything. I am where I am through hard work and commitment.
What’s the most embarrassing thing that’s ever happened to you at work?
Our CEO coming over from Australia and I had a fake tan mishap. He still hasn’t forgotten it.
Who or what makes you laugh?
Me, I am genuinely the funniest person I know. I’m even laughing at this answer.
Do you have any hidden talents?
I think I have a flair for interior design.
Who would be your favourite party guest?
Anyone above the age of 60, that has travelled the world. I love listening to people’s adventures, it also gives me inspiration for the future. I did a little travelling when I was younger, but settled down to have children before I visited most places I wanted to see.
What is the greatest luxury in your life?
My family should be the answer, however I think it may be my Mustang.
What is your favourite guilty pleasure?
Do you have any secret ambitions?
To own an E-Type Jaguar.
What’s your dream holiday destination?
Anywhere with blue seas and white sands and obviously cocktails on tap, but with plenty of culture.
What are your three favourite movies of all time?
The whole Harry Potter collection, yes that’s more than three.
What is your favourite book of all time?
I cannot give you a specific book, however anything non-fiction, crime based.
What’s your favourite pastime?
Spending quality time with my family.
If you won the Lottery, what would you do?
Retire and spend the rest of my days travelling.
What would be your advice to someone thinking about coming into the industry (apart from “don’t do it”)?
If you are prepared to work hard, you will reap the rewards. Build relationships and treat people how you expect to be treated. Also, nobody likes a pushy sales person, so be appreciative of the other person’s time.