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I guess you could say that it was LinkedIn that brought me to TSG, and for that I’d like to thank them (it?) I joined TSG in May of this year after nearly a year-and-a half of self-selected unemployment. Forever grateful for the opportunity to focus on friends and family during the beginning of the pandemic without the distractions of a formal job, it was time to re-enter the working world.
What I like to call my pandemic break helped me formulate a pretty clear vision of the type of work I wanted to do next, and for whom. I briefly considered venturing into a different field, but decided I wanted to remain in the legal sector, which has been home my entire professional career, having worked as a practicing employment law attorney in both the law firm and corporate setting and also on the vendor and operations side in account and practice management. The LinkedIn post I came across in April 2020 said that TSG Reporting was searching for candidates to join their Sales team in Seattle. Intrigued by the chance to explore whether the court reporting space could be what I was looking for, I applied for the job. It was and still is, so here I am.
Early on in the interview process I confirmed for myself what everyone I talked to said about TSG: the people are fantastic. In my rather short time here this fact is confirmed on a daily basis. I am not only impressed by how helpful and kind my colleagues are to the newbie out in Seattle, but to their dedication to our clients and the services we provide. So my favorite part about working for TSG is the people I get to partner with to help clients in this focused area of the legal sector that has always been my career home.
As far back as I can remember, I wanted to be a lawyer. Since I’ve been there/done that, as they say, I will re-frame this question slightly to be….
I love to watch movies. I also don’t like cooking and love to eat out at the many great restaurants we have in the Seattle area. Combining these two passions, my dream job is a movie/restaurant critic, where I’d pair the perfect movie with the perfect dinner spot, and review both. Since I am too busy watching movies (at home, for now) and eating out (focusing for now, still, on venues with outside seating) I have yet to write a single blog post.
I have always been accused of being a workaholic. Starting fresh with TSG, I am making a concerted effort to have more separation between my work day and my family time. It’s not always easy, working from home, but one commitment I made that I have met most work evenings is to take my 5-year old Labradoodle, Frederick, on a walk in the Ballard neighborhood of Seattle where I live. One of our favorite walks, Frederick and I, is to Sunset Hill Park which overlooks Elliott Bay and the Olympic Mountains. A very serene view, and a bit of exercise, is a great way to wind down from a busy day and get energized for the next.
I recently finished City of Girls, by Elizabeth Gilbert. A great read, and highly recommended. It is set in the New York City theater world of the 1940s and reminded me of watching a light comical romance/musical set in the same timeframe (one of my favorite genres of film).
I have a recurring dream where if I run fast enough, I can take off and fly. I guess I never run fast enough in the dream because it never works. So, I’d like the power of flight so I can see what it’s like.