Meet Our Staff
Finding individuals who are committed to Excellence is not an easy task! Time and time again, we are asked -- ‘Where did you find your staff?’ and every time the answer is simple -- We got lucky AND we seek out integrity based people that are eager to embrace our service culture. Want to join our team?
Your Dedicated, Dynamic and Dependable TMC Team!
Leadership Is an Inside Job
TMC is Family
Be Our Guest (from Beauty & the Beast)
Life’s a song
I love TMC because of the integrity that we have as a company. My official title is Legendary Service Specialist. I am thankful for the opportunity to work for such an amazing company and I look forward to bringing a smile to your face!
Passionately Pursuing Service
Creatively Caring For You
Serving and Leading Others, Because it is a True Calling
Lead With Relationships
Bringing Fun to TMC!
I try to use kindness and humor to keep my team excited and involved while spending so much time together in what can be a very hectic workplace.
As a classically trained Pastry Chef I love to cook and bring joy to my friends. (Although most of my team would say that I don’t spread this type of joy often enough)
I enjoy spending time with my family playing cards and board games and exploring the beautiful Pacific Northwest with my boyfriend.
Whatever You Need!
Every Moment Matters
I was attracted to TMC for the opportunity to impact people with sincerity and integrity in all things. It is also important for me to be able to have a voice and make a difference for the businesses that we serve and I have the opportunity to do that here at TMC. I love reading and listening to audios by people who have created success in many different industries. Some of my favorite books are: The One Thing, The Generosity Factor, The Compound Effect, and Love & Respect.I enjoy focusing on adding value to all things in whatever way I can. Working at TMC has given me to the opportunity to provide integrity, add value, and live a life of significance.
A wise man once said: “There’s a big difference between held values and operational values. Held values are what people say, operational values are what people do”. –Ken Blanchard