Two new team members are rounding out the one-month mark here at Gragg Advertising – Anabelle Minniefield and Susan Quinn. Learn more about Anabelle and Susan and the excellent qualities they bring to the team.
Welcome Anabelle Minniefield! Before arriving in the account service department at Gragg Advertising, Annabelle worked at SMG as a senior project manager. Her specialty here at Gragg is number crunching. Sometimes she even carries around a calculator, to crunch numbers for fun. You can tell this lady really loves numbers, even as a child she dreamed of being an accountant.
Annabelle has a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration with an emphasis in Marketing from Pittsburg State University and a Masters of Arts in Marketing from Webster University. She’s also been named Competent Communicator and Competent Leader in Toastmasters and has held the position of District PR Officer.
Annabelle has four children and when she’s not at work, you can find her at home with them. Her two oldest boys from Lee’s Summit West just won the Class Five State Football Championship at the Edward Jones dome in St. Louis. Her favorite place to travel is Italy. She would move there in a second if she could.
Annabelle has always wanted to learn how to twirl a baton and was a Mizzou Tiger before marrying her husband and transferring to Pittsburg State with him. The hubbie played football there. For the past nine years, she has also volunteered as a tax preparer for low-income families.
Before arriving at Gragg Advertising, Susan Quinn worked as a standalone human resources supervisor for 180 employees at O’Reilly Auto Parts Distribution Center. She has worked in all facets of human resources and looks forward to utilizing her previous experiences and knowledge here at Gragg. Susan also has a Bachelor of Science degree in Human Resources/Management. She’s excited to serve you and help make Gragg an even better place to work!
You might not know that Susan is recently engaged and is planning on a summer wedding in 2011; they’re winging it, so no date has been chosen. Susan loves traveling. She recently had martinis on the ninety-seventh floor of the John Hancock building in Chicago and she highly recommends you do the same.
Susan also happens to be quite a home-improvement expert. She’s laid hardwood floors and even installed glass mosaic tile in order to satisfy her exquisite tastes. Other interests include wineries and landscaping.
If you have suggestions on how to make Gragg a better place to work or new ideas for programs you’d like to see implemented, stop by and talk to Susan.