Name: Linsey Momet
Title: Account Coordinator
Hometown: Valencia, CA
But I wish I could live in: Anywhere that puts me walking distance from the beach, for sure!
Accounts You Work On: Office of Traffic Safety
My professional superpower: Organization. My sanity definitely consists of lists, planners, and most of all, a well-organized desk!
Favorite thing about my job: The wine? Just kidding! (Well – kind of.) Definitely the fact that as a team, we seem to find the perfect balance of buckling down and working hard, while also making time to chat and catch up about life’s little things.
Favorite Prosio Communications memory (so far): Do I have to choose just one?! I think the day that I discovered that my photo and bio had made it on to the company website was pretty exciting. I had frequently visited –er, stalked – the Prosio webpage for some time before landing the job, looking up to each of these ladies and their accomplishments. I had to pinch myself upon realizing that I was actually a part of this amazing team.
My reason to get out of bed in the morning: If we’re being honest… coffee! I am also extremely motivated by the fact that I truly look forward to coming into the office each and every day. I feel so beyond lucky to have a career that lets me say that!
I wish it could be this holiday every day: Christmas, without a doubt. There’s something about a house full of family, the smell of coffee cake in the oven, and an excuse to lounge in pajamas all morning that I just can’t get enough of.
The “most-played” song on my iPod: This changes regularly, considering I’m the queen of putting that ‘one’ song on repeat until I absolutely can’t stand it. But currently, it’s “Anything Goes” by Florida Georgia Line. (I’m still recovering from my summer country concert high.)
A celebrity who would play me in a movie would be: Judging by the numerous strangers that have informed me that I resemble Kaley Cuoco…I’m going to have to go with Kaley Cuoco.
If I had to be a beverage, I’d be a: Some sort of fruity margarita. Sweet and always equals a good time!
If I could dis-invent one thing, it would be: Automated customer-service systems. I mean, by the time I’ve repeated myself for the sixth time in a row, I’m pretty sure that a real human could have effectively assisted me. Who’s with me?!
I’m most proud of: My work ethic. I was raised on the idea that a strong work ethic is one of the most valuable assets you can have in life. Having the ability to say that I’ve landed a “dream job” at 23 is something that I feel very proud of, and credit to the hard work that I’ve put in – both academically and professionally.