Manager, Corporate Sales
Before coming to TERRA Jamie had a successful 11-year career in Supply Chain and Materials Management, and then worked for Galaxy Theaters for two years.
Although she loved planning big events, COVID-19 had a negative impact on theaters and she found herself searching for a new way to connect with the community.
Having worked with TERRA in the past, Jamie was excited to find an internal job opening on our website.
She started in the role of Corporate Sales Representative in February of 2021 and in the following year was promoted three times. Now, she manages the Corporate Sales Department.
More About Jamie
When she’s not at work, Jamie enjoys spending time with her family and adventuring with her dog.
She loves living so close to both the ocean and the mountains, and getting a little bit of every kind of weather here – especially when she gets to be surprised by a rare sunny day!
Tell us about your first job.
I worked the order window at the Viking Drive-In in Lake Stevens and got really good at making onion rings and peanut butter & banana milkshakes!
What other professions would you like to try?
I love animation and storytelling! If I got to just drop into another profession, I’d love to direct movies or shows, especially stop-motion. I love all the little details that go into making it.
If you could possess any super power, what would it be?
I’d love to be able to fly without going through TSA!
What do you enjoy most about working in the staffing industry?
The staffing industry was new to me before TERRA and I’m fascinated! I’ve learned about a lot of different companies, how they hire, and what a staffing agency can help them accomplish. Helping people find a really good job makes such a big difference in their lives and really makes me feel like I’m where I’m meant to be.
Best career advice you’ve ever received?
I heard Doug Conant, the former CEO of Campbell’s, speak once and say how the meaningful, long-lasting work we do, whether it’s building relationships or making big decisions, doesn’t happen in meetings or while we’re getting our individual work done. It’s when we get interrupted or someone asks us a question. So every interaction counts and should be seen as an opportunity to help others!