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September ’21 Team Member Spotlight: Amanda Landry

Get to know this month’s Envase Team Member Spotlight: Amanda Landry, HR at Envase Technologies. Don’t forget to check out our July 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’ve worked with Profit Tools since 2017 and with Envase since Spring 2020. I’m transitioning to an HR role and my favorite part is when I’m able to affect something positive for another team member.

What is your favorite TV show and character?

Amanda: This is a tough one…a toss up between Sopranos, Six Feet Under, and The Wire, with Omar from The Wire being my favorite character.

Name one ENVASE member you would take on a road trip, and why?

Amanda: Nicholas Hutchison – he’s already such a traveler, I’d think he has all the hot tips.

What is the weirdest food you have ever tried?

Amanda: Mmm probably a scorpion.

Name a peculiar family tradition that you have?

Amanda: I don’t have anything too strange, but if you go camping, you have to start a fire in the morning with the coals from the night before – no lighter or match.

What is the first thing you are going to do once the pandemic is over?

Amanda: Travel somewhere you can’t currently

If you could have one superpower, ­what would it be?

Amanda: Speak any language.

Something new you would like to learn this year.

Amanda: To do a handstand – Worst balance ever.

One thing about you that no one knows in the organization.

Amanda: I believed that mermaids were real for a few years as a child, and let everyone know, because my parents had taken me to a Florida attraction with “mermaids.” I had a photo as “evidence”, which you can see here.

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