This week we shine the spotlight on Corry Greenbaum, the Marketing Coordinator for FIELDBOSS.
Corry was born and raised in the 6ix (Toronto). Prior to working at Rimrock, she worked as a buyer/ planner at an ad agency. After her second child, she didn’t want to go back to the ad agency full-time, so she began to work at Rimrock part-time.
When Corry isn’t busy blogging and creating content for FIELDBOSS, she enjoys playing tennis, reading, and spending time with her family. Corry is a huge Toronto sports fan and can always be found at the local arena watching her kids play hockey.
Read on to find out more about Corry.
What do you love most about working at FB & how long have you been here?
I have been at FB for 3 years. It has been amazing to watch FB grow even in the 3 short years I have been here. We have built an incredible team of diverse people who, together, have created a great culture and work environment.
What aspect of your role do you enjoy the most? What is the number one challenge you face in your role?
I love seeing the final product. Whether it’s a newsletter, an eBook or new marketing material, I love seeing it go from a simple idea to a product that gets clients to pick up the phone. The biggest challenge is time. The marketing team has so many great ideas and projects to take on but there is only so much time in a day.
Where is the best place you’ve travelled to and why?
I have done a lot of travelling to many amazing places but my favorite was Hawaii with my husband. From jumping off waterfalls to hiking in rain forests to relaxing with a drink by the ocean, Hawaii offered us a bit of everything. I would love to go back again one day.
What TV shows/music/apps are you currently obsessed with right now?
I am currently obsessed with Shameless.
If you could have a drink with anyone (fictional, alive, dead, famous, non-famous) who would it be and why?
My grandmother. She was such a huge part of my life and always gave the best advice.
Words to live by — What are yours?
You only live once, but if you do it right, once is enough