Get to know this month’s Envase Team Member Spotlight: Amanda Nott, Project Manager at Envase Technologies. Don’t forget to check out last months team member spotlight and learn more about the interesting people who make up the Envase team!
How long have you worked at ENVASE? What is your job & favorite part of it?
Amanda: I have worked for GTG Technology Group just over 3 years as a Project Manager. My favorite part is delivering value and efficiency to our customers. Knowing we made a difference.
What is your favorite TV show and character?
Amanda: When I do have some down time and the kids are not watching their shows, I like to watch Grey’s Anatomy.
Name one ENVASE member you would take on a road trip, and why?
Amanda: I have not had the opportunity to meet all our ENVASE team members but if I had to choose one, I would say Chelsey Reynolds.
What is the weirdest food you have ever tried?
Amanda: My great grandmother would take a slice of bread, spread butter on it, and sprinkle sugar over the top for a snack. It has been passed on to each generation so far. Some would say that is weird. Other than that, duck or alligator.
Name a peculiar family tradition that you have?
Amanda: I love family traditions. One tradition we have is every holiday we buy matching shirts or pjs to wear. Sometimes it’s just color coordinated or a theme.
What is the first thing you are going to do once the pandemic is over?
Amanda: Visit with family. I would also have to agree with EG and go shopping!! Shopping online is not the same.
If you could have one superpower, what would it be?
Amanda: I was recently given the nickname of “superwoman” by Sohrob and Jessica and would certainly enjoy having her speed. Getting to and from school events, sports, work, and Starbucks would be a breeze!
Something new you would like to learn this year.
Amanda: Golf. I have never golfed aside from putt putt/mini golf. I hear it’s fun.
One thing about you that no one knows in the organization.
Amanda: My family and I enjoy taking the boys up north for a change of scenery and cooler weather. Food, antique stores, car shows, trails, and camping – something for all to do.