How long have you been with CS3?
While one could argue I was practically born here, my first official position was an internship during the summer of 2012. I started full time February 2015.
What was your first job?
My first official job was feeding and watering all 35+ horses at my riding trainer’s barn once a week. At the time the hay bales were almost as heavy as I was so dad helped me out, but pretty soon I was slinging around 50 pound bales and grain bags by myself. That morphed into being a summer horse camp counselor, and eventually I was promoted to riding instructor.
What is your favorite movie line?
“Hello. My name is Inigo Montoya. You killed my father. Prepare to die.” Of course, I could probably make an argument that the entire script of The Princess Bride is my favorite movie line. You might not want to sit next to me during this movie if you don’t enjoy hearing a slight echo as I quote almost every line. (Inconceivable!)
What is the scariest thing you have ever done?
Move to the UK by myself to complete a 4 month content marketing internship. I landed in London with 2 suitcases and 3 nights booked at a hotel. By the end of my adventure I had visited 4 additional countries, made some solid friendships, and London felt like a second home. It was so scary I want to do it again - next time I’m thinking South Africa.
Planes, trains, or automobiles?
Trains will win this one every time. No airport security lines OR traffic!
is no longer an employee at CS3 Technology
October 24, 2018
Today, Shawn Slavin and Juston Michealson are speaking with the Tulsa Chapter of the Oklahoma Society of Certified Public Accountants on the future of accounting. This session will allow members to get continuing professional education credits.
October 23, 2018
The Tulsa Chapter of the Oklahoma Society of CPAs is bringing back their evening CPE classes which are nonprofit-focused. One of our own clients from CAP Tulsa is leading the November 8 evening session.
September 26, 2018
CS3 Technology client, Southwest Power Pool, is expanding their services to new utilities in the west. This expansion will call for new hires for engineering and system operations, as well as coordinating with current reliability coordinators for a smooth transition.