Charlotte Tyler is a Senior Account Manager at Fuel Integrated. We asked her to share a few things about herself and life at Fuel.
What does a typical day look like for you and what are you currently working on?
The great thing about my job is that no day is typical. Yes, there are normally internal scrums with the team or client calls, but on the whole my day is quite varied which is why I love what I do. There’s always something new for me to learn about.
If you could switch jobs with someone, anyone, who would it be?
It would be a personal shopper or maybe even an interior designer.
How do you recharge at home?
To recharge I tend to put on a good playlist and do some cooking.
What movie or novel character do you most identify with?
I would probably have to say Lorelai from Gilmore Girls, simply because I like to think my jokes are hilarious but truthfully, they’re better described as tragic.
When are you the happiest?
When my nieces are climbing all over me with their favourite book for me to read to them.
What characteristic do you most admire in others?
I grew up in a household of hard workers, so I admire dedication and the sense of duty that comes with it.
What one memory do you most treasure?
It would be difficult to narrow it down to one, but I would say Christmas always gives the best memories. Whether it’s from my own childhood and spending time with my Grandparents, or more recent times seeing the magic of Christmas and the effect it has on my nieces.
What super power would you like to have and why?
It’s not really a super power but I’ve always wanted Bernard’s watch, so I could freeze time. Although I would probably only use it to nap.
What would a “perfect” day look like for you?
It would start with breakfast in bed on a bright autumn day with the sun beaming in as I enjoy my morning coffee. Followed by a walk through the woods to enjoy a pub lunch, watching the world go by.
About the author.
Charlotte Tyler is a Senior Account Manager at Fuel Integrated.
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