Meet Beth Montalbano! Beth began her career with InterSolutions one year ago. Prior to that, her career has been in property management, as she was a Regional Manager for many years. Beth first became familiar with InterSolutions as a client when we arrived in the Atlanta market. A short time later, she joined our team as one of the Atlanta Sales Executives! Beth is now assisting InterSolutions in opening the Charleston, South Carolina market since she and her husband have recently relocated to South Carolina. She is excited to be away from the Atlanta traffic and closer to the beach.
Beth and her husband have four children – three of which are grown and have begun their own careers. Their youngest is currently in college at Mercer University. In her free time, Beth enjoys spending time with friends, reading a good book, and watching football during the season… especially her alma mater UGA – “GO DAWGS!”
We sat down with Beth to get to know her better, and this is what she had to say:
What has been your favorite team moment at work so far?
When I participated in the Orlando Blitz – It was my first time doing a blitz, and it was a great experience being able to do ride-alongs with other Sales Executives and spend time in person with other team members for a few days!
What is one piece of advice you would give if you could go back in time and talk to yourself?
Live a lot of LIFE and know yourself before you settle down, get married, and have a family!
What is your professional inspiration?
Being a great team member, helping people, and contributing to the success of InterSolutions.
Would you rather live in the ocean, or on the moon? Why?
Ocean – It’s always so relaxing. Listening to the waves with my toes in the sand is the best!
Do you think a hot dog is a sandwich? Why or why not?
I say yes – It is meat in-between two pieces of a type of bread… Seems to me like that is a sandwich!
You’ve been hypothetically chosen to give a TedTalk on any topic of your choice! What is that topic?
My topic would be how to be adaptive to situations that occur in your life, planned or unplanned. Embrace the changes and grow as a person, it can change you in ways you would not have imagined. For example, when I was a teenager, my family and I moved to Vienna, Austria. I had only known one house and one group of friends my entire life up to that point. Moving to a foreign country, knowing no one, and learning another language opened my eyes and my mind to the bigger world! I learned a lot about people from other countries and cultures, and the experience was fantastic. I really grew as a person and I think it improved my emotional intelligence (or at least I like to think so – haha)!
Thank you, Beth, for taking the time to share about yourself and for letting us get to know you a bit more!
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