Anna joined ISE in February, on the first day of build-up for ISE 2020. Her role involves liaising with exhibitors to ensure they have a successful ISE experience.
Although it’s difficult to choose just one, I would have to say that my favourite memory from last year’s show would have to be the ISE team party on Friday evening. After working so hard for two weeks straight, the whole ISE team got together to celebrate the success of the show and enjoy each other’s company. We danced, laughed and just had an amazing time. I love my team and am so grateful for the experiences that I’ve had working for ISE thus far.
Outside of work, your best bet would be to find me at the horse barn. When I am not working, I am generally spending time with my horse. His name is Talismán, which in Spanish, means good luck charm. I would definitely consider myself very lucky to have him!
Take a shower! Joking, but not really. I think for me, getting into a routine of waking up and acting as if this is the normal situation has been the most crucial motivation for me. Also, making lists and checking off the items on my list tends to be very helpful for me. If I have a clear idea of what it is that I need to get done in a day, professionally or personally, I tend to be much more productive.
I am currently reading a novel called Before We Were Yours by Lisa Wingate. I have just started it, so we will see how it goes.
Currently loving Grace and Frankie on Netflix. I never thought that I would like it, but I watched the first episode and couldn’t stop laughing. I would highly recommend giving it a go.
I do! I have a Bichon Maltese named Cookie, a Bombay cat named Cleo, and as I have already mentioned, my horse’s name is Talismán.
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When I was younger, I wanted to be a veterinarian because of my love for horses. I shadowed a family friend of mine for a day (who was an equine chiropractor) and she told me, do something you enjoy for work that makes you enough money to do the thing you love in your free time. If you make your passion or pastime your job, it no longer is enjoyable.
I took that to heart and decided to study business instead so that I could enjoy doing what I love, which is riding horses.
I sang in a gospel choir in high school called Bridges to Harmony. It was the most amazing experience and I had the most incredible teacher. I will always cherish the years that I spent in Bridges and truly believe that it helped to shape who I am today.
I still sing, but now only in the shower or at karaoke.