Singlewire Spotlight: Lori H [INTERVIEW]


Each month, we feature one of our stellar team members on our blog. Learn more about them and what they do at Singlewire.

How long have you been at Singlewire and what’s your position?

I’ve been with Singlewire for almost 6 months and I’m a Senior Agile Project Manager.

Please describe what you do at Singlewire.

I work with several of our development teams to help ensure the projects run smoothly and the teams have what they need to be successful.

What do you like best about working at Singlewire?

I’m back in a role that I really enjoy, and get to work with some pretty great people that I’ve worked with before, so that’s awesome (looking at you, Cameron, Charlie, and Kunze!). I like the variety that I get from working with different teams—both from the personalities of the teams and the projects we work on.

What’s been your favorite project you’ve worked on here?

I’m really enjoying the work Ship It is doing for Incident Management. It’s helping me learn more about our product and it seems like a great enhancement to what we already offer.

Where do you see Singlewire in the next five years?

Hopefully still at 1002 Deming Way because I live nearby and don’t want to give up my short commute!

What TV show or movie are you most ashamed to admit you love?

Every summer I watch Big Brother, and it’s a commitment because it’s on 3 times a week. I used to watch it with my friends in high school, and we all still watch it and talk about it. In a way, there’s a nostalgia aspect to it. That’s my excuse, anyway.

If you could only eat one thing for the rest of your life, what would it be and why?

Pasta, because it’s pasta.

Tell us a little about your family.

My husband James and I have three kids: Nolan (8), Evelyn (4) and Benjamin (2). I have four older sisters (I’m the baby) and 10 nieces/nephews. The holidays get a little crazy when we’re all together.

What was the last book you read?

Good Night, Little Blue Truck.

I’m also currently reading Agile Project Management with Kanban with a Ship It team member.

Spotify, Pandora or iTunes and why?

Spotify because it has better playlists for workouts and I like the way it transitions songs.

Where’s your hometown?

Marinette, Wis.





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