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May ’22 Team Member Spotlight: Kevin McCahill

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Get to know this month’s Envase Team Member Spotlight: Kevin McCahill, Director of Customer Success at Envase Technologies. Don’t forget to check out our previous team member spotlight to 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?

I’ve worked at Envase since early March 2022. I’m the Director of Customer Success, and I really enjoy working with our team to problem solve and find new ways to show value to our customers.

What is your favorite sport or team?

I’m from North Dakota so it’s the Minnesota Vikings, though it hasn’t been easy.

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

I’d take our whole team. I think we deserve a brainstorming session in the Bahamas.

If you could eliminate one thing from your daily routine, what would it be and why?

I check my phone way too often.

What is a strong belief you have?

The future is bright, and I would cease to function without coffee

What is your favorite food cuisine and name of your favorite dish?

Tacos are my number one. We have a family taco and movie night each week, can’t beat it.

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

Time travel would be awesome.

If you could be the character in a tv show, what character would you want to be?

I’m a big fan of mysteries, so Hercule Poirot. My wife loves Jane Austen, so I would also go with Mr. Darcy.

One thing about you that no one knows at Envase

I speak conversational Mandarin from my days in China. While I lived in Ireland my kids were enrolled in Irish-language school, so we studied that language too. Believe it or not, Chinese is easier.

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