At V+M, I work with Curt and Tony and connect them with business leaders who might be interested in the type of transformational growth we deliver. I spend a majority of my time identifying potential partnerships for our organization by networking and reaching out to individuals in corporations that are looking to grow their companies. I’m also creating the processes and practices to grow Valve+Meter’s own outbound efforts and future development teams.
I graduated from Hanover College in 2012 with a degree in Theology and have been in sales ever since.
I somewhat fell into sales, due to my personality and ability to connect with everyone. This role is one, I feel confident in, and I will be able to help grow a company because of it. I’ve worked primarily for start-ups and small companies that are experiencing a lot of growth. Because of this experience, I’ve been equipped and trained to contribute at Valve+Meter with a high level of expertise and knowledge. I’ve worked with some great leaders, and at Valve+Meter we have amazing people that I’m able to learn from. This makes our team and organization strong.
Like I said before, I have a unique ability to connect with anyone and everyone. I love to look for and generate new relationships with people. Everyone has a story about how they got where they are, and I’m interested in uncovering their story and learning more. I also do whatever needs to be done – I’m not stuck in a particular position, which makes me well-rounded and well-versed in various softwares, technologies, and skills that I can speak to with our clients and potential partners.
When I’m not at work, I’m spending time with family and friends. Also, I volunteer for Big Brothers Big Sisters and am a member of the Indy Zoo Council.
I admire my Great Grandpa Rozzi. He was a WW2 veteran, small business owner, and community leader. He owned a greenhouse and flower shop for 65 years where he worked everyday until he was 92. Even though he was always busy, he still made time to make a positive impact on his community.