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5 Questions: Elizabeth Hess

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Elizabeth Hess
Design Manager, Organized Living

1. What do you like best about your job?

The best part about my job as a Design Manager for Organized Living is the number and variety of hats that I wear. As a designer, my expertise and skillset are called on for everything from brand management to marketing, product development, visual communications, UX/UI, and more. It’s never dull or boring — I wear many hats and I change them often!

2. What are the biggest professional challenges you face and how does ClickDimensions help you address those challenges?

My biggest professional challenge is having enough time to wear all my hats well. ClickDimensions helps me wear my hats with aplomb as it provides me with one communication platform that is seamlessly integrated with CRM, making it an absolute must-have, time-saver for doing my job.

3. What was your background before landing in your current role?

I am a graphic designer by education with a bachelor in the science of design from the University of Cincinnati College of Design, Architecture, Art and Planning (DAAP). I have more than 30 years of professional experience in both the public and private sectors.

4. Who is the person you most admire?

Abigail Adams, wife of President John Adams and first lady of the United States, is a person that I highly admire. Abigail was an advocate for the rights of women nearly a century before the term feminism was coined. She advocated for equal education and property rights for women and believed women should be partners in marriage rather than servants to their husbands. While her ideas are considered the norm now, they were revolutionary for her day.

5. If all your clothes had to be one color forever, what color would you pick? And why?

If I had to wear one color forever, it would be black because it’s so versatile. Black works from day to evening and from athletic wear to night on the town. As an added bonus, black is flattering on all body types.

2020-01-23T08:25:38+00:00 By |5 Questions|0 Comments

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