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February Team Member Spotlight: Terrell Morrow

Envase team member spotlight Terrell Morrow. Four photos of Terrell and his family.

Get to know this month’s Envase Team Member Spotlight: Terrell Morrow, Senior Product Manager 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 have worked here for 6 months. Senior Product Manager, my favorite part is getting to work with multiple teams and learning different parts of our business. 

What is your favorite sport or team?

I am a huge basketball fan, I love to watch NBA and college games

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

Ethan Davis, any US hiking destination, I have never been on a real hike and he has a lot of experience. I think he would be an excellent guide with great stories.

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

Sitting at desk all day, it is good to move around in between meetings

What is a strong belief you have?

Spending quality time with my family

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

Tacos, authentic and American style

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

Time Traveler

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

The Mandalorian, I watch this show with my youngest son and could score a lot of cool points if I was that character.

One thing about you that no one knows at Envase

I have been to China 35 times; in my previous career I would take 3-4 trips overseas per year to visit our manufacturing partners/factories.

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