Meet Laura, our Metrowest and Boston Client Relations and Staffing Manager! Laura joins our team with a history in the hospitality staffing industry and has already begun making her mark on our Massachusetts markets this season! To work with Laura, contact us here.
1. How long have you been working with At Your Service? Just about three months now!
2. Where did you grow up? I grew up in a small town in southern New Hampshire
3. What’s your Alma Mater? University of New Hampshire. Go Wildcats!!
4. If you had to work in any other industry, which would it be and why? I’m not exactly sure… but any job where I could work with animals would be amazing!
5. What attracted you to the hospitality industry? I grew up around the restaurant industry my whole life - my father owns several restaurants in NH that I worked at throughout high school/college, so I like to think I have a little of that hospitality gene in my blood!
6. What is your favorite part of working with At Your Service? I like that I get to contribute to making an event/function a positive and memorable experience for both guests and clients. It’s also cool to work with such a wide variety of venues!
7. What do you do outside of work? Outside of work, I enjoy spending time with my dog Winston, hanging out with friends and family, and snowboarding to get me through the long New England winters!
8. Which is your favorite AYS location to visit? I have not yet visited any of our other locations, but I’d love to visit DC and NYC!
9. If you could travel anywhere in the world, where would it be and why? This is a tough one… there’s so many parts of the world I haven’t seen yet and would love to travel to. But if I could hop on a plane tomorrow and go anywhere I’d probably check Greece off the list!
10. What’s your favorite way to unwind after a long day of work? Go to the dog park with Winston followed by a glass of wine on my couch with my roomies!
11. What advice would you give a new AYS manager? If you feel like there’s a million things going on at once…don’t worry, that’s part of the job! There’s a lot to keep up with on a daily basis, and what helps me is making To Do lists so things don’t slip through the cracks!
12. What advice would you give to a new field staff member? Have a good attitude!!! It’s one of the easiest things to do that can make the biggest difference. Skills can be taught, but caring about your work and having a positive attitude really makes all the difference 😊