With several new faces added to our public relations team this season, our recent meeting in Pittsburgh presented a great opportunity for our work-at-home crew to unite in person! Not one of us shy, we quickly began sharing stories of our home and history that made the evening hilarious and worthwhile – In the coming weeks, we will introducing you to each member of the team, to give you a peek inside each of the personal and professional worlds of the 11 dynamic ladies (and one gent) at PC!
What’s unique about your work-from-home setup?
Recently I moved with my husband to Ocala, Florida – Truly a world away from our home in Erie, Pensylvania. A few times a year we pack up and move to enjoy the climate, family, and friends near each location! My office can fit in a single bag, which gets loaded up a few times each season for meetings across the US and abroad – or to hop a plane back to sunny Florida.
What has been your favorite project at PC?
I’ve been working on the AMO account since joining Pascale Communications, LLC. Because I have a heavy clinical background, it’s a good fit for me. I work with many fantastic doctors and editors, and collaborating with the team at AMO is a pleasure. The best part is getting to see them face to face throughout the year at each of our meetings and visits!
Since you work from home, what do you typically wear to work?
If I start early in the morning, (I’ll admit) it’s usually my jammies. I feel much more in “work mode,” though, if I dress completely before starting; like I’m going to the office, but a little more causally. If I’m in Florida, keeping cool, or in Erie, staying cozy, the general rule of thumb is “anything comfortable.”
What’s your biggest pet peeve?
I have so many. If I had to choose one or two, I would say, crunching and poor grammar. Crunching isn’t so much a worry in this sort of workplace (No cublicals) – But we can’t get by without proper grammar.
Do you watch any TV during the day, and which shows do secretly love to watch?
On a normal day, my TV serves as a computer monitor – which keeps me easily focused!As for what I watch once the day is out, I have a whole list there! Let’s see… Mad Men, Parenthood, Modern Family, House Hunters, and (of course) American Idol.