If I didn't become an engineer, I would have most likely become an artist in the music industry.
My main focus is elevator modernization. I diligently keep up with project progress to help mitigate problems before they become apparent to our clients. Aside from the typical meeting minutes, I have a system in place to track projects and ensure everything is running smoothly. This allows our clients to put their trust in me completely. One of my biggest strengths is taking on all of our client’s present and future problems as my own and assisting them wherever possible.
From a young age, I have been ambitious to achieve as much I possibly can. As a result, starting in high school, I volunteered for over 1000 hours to obtain my silver achievement in service. I also excelled academically and received the Principal’s List award with scholarships. On the weekends, I used to work part-time at McDonald’s and my dedication to my job earned me two consecutive Employee of the Month awards. I also held the fastest time for service in Vancouver. These achievements led to my promotion to Manager where I was in charge of important aspects of running a business – daily management, service, labour, and employee relations. I bring to the table skills and attitude to ensure our clients receive the best service GUNN has to offer.
If I didn’t become an engineer, I would have most likely become an artist in the music industry. Growing up, I was always fascinated with the music industry, as singing came naturally to me. Once in a while, I still get inspired to write a song or do some recording. So, if I didn’t pursue a career as an engineer, I would have mostly likely been a musician.