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Employee Spotlight: Megan Baierl

In order to grow, it is essential that a business continues to seek out and embrace fresh faces and ideas. Luckily for employers, the Millennial generation has been graduating college and venturing into the professional working world! It is because of this that image.works has been graced with dedicated employees like Megan, one of our Marketing Project Coordinators, who are able to bring new change, ideas and work ethic to an already established business. Megan comes to work every day ready to tackle any problem that is thrown her way – but in her free time, she is reading, baking, playing the piano and avoiding sad and emotional movies at all costs. :)

Describe what you do on a day-to-day basis.
I get to be a part of the marketing process from start to finish. I check project details for accuracy when they are entered into our system at the very beginning and close out projects after everything has been completed. I make sure things are printing on the correct paper stock, at the right quantity, and that they are shipping to the correct place on time. I also help the design team manage deadlines and keep clients up to date on project timelines. It’s all about the details!

What do you enjoy most about your job?
I enjoy being able to see a project through from beginning to end. It’s very satisfying to complete a project and know that you were a part of its success.

What brought you to image.works?
I came to image.works straight out of college. I wanted a position in Public Relations or Marketing, and this position fit my detail-oriented brain perfectly. I was also drawn to the atmosphere right away – everyone was so friendly and welcoming!

What is the most “Wisconsin” thing about you?
My love for cheese.

Do you have a secret talent or something about you that would surprise people?
My rapping ability. My friends jokingly called me Nicki Minaj in high school.

If you could learn a new skill, what would it be?
I would love to learn to speak fluent French.

What is the biggest challenge you’ve had to overcome in your life?
My anxiety. I have struggled with it my whole life, but regardless of how I feel on the inside, I have been able to accomplish everything I need and want to do. I can be my own worst enemy sometimes, but I’ve learned to take things one step at a time to accomplish my goals.

For more fun facts about Megan, click here

Posted by Lianne Peters - December 05, 2018