This summer, The Langdon Group welcomed two new team members to their staff: Zoe Rogich and Andee DeVore. We asked Zoe and Andee some fun questions so we could get to know them a little bit more. Part 1 of this blog post features Zoe’s responses to interview questions.
Q: Where are you from?
A: I was born and raised in Layton, Utah. I attempted to move out of Layton and just ended up moving to a different part of the city. I’m getting extremely adventurous next month and moving to Clearfield (maybe five minutes from where I currently live). I believe one day I will live in another country.
Q: What is it about conflict resolution and/or public involvement that excites you?
A: Communicating with new people every day, building relationships and working together towards a positive outcome is what I really enjoy about PI and conflict resolution!
Q: If you didn’t have to sleep, what would you do with your extra time?
A: I would read more books, do more yoga, relax and cuddle with my fur babies longer than I already do.
Q: If you could un-invent one thing, what would it be?
A: That would have to be fidget spinners.
Q: What are you interested in that most people haven’t heard of or don’t know much about?
A: I love learning about the science of food. Topics such as longevity, what certain diets or foods do to your body, macro/micro nutrients and the list goes on. I know it’s super dorky, but that’s just how I roll (food pun intended).
Q: What is your favorite band/musical artist?
A: My favorite band has to be The Maine!
Q: When you aren’t at work, what could someone find you doing?
A: Either working out, cooking or taking my pups on a hike.
Q: If your friends were to describe you in three words, what would they be?
A: Optimistic, Adventure Seeker and Dedicated
Q: Where’s your favorite place in the world?
A: I love Thailand and have honestly contemplated on moving there one day. I love traveling so I am excited for all of my future adventures!
Q: If you had a slogan or quote for your life, what would it be?
A: It’s not exactly a quote, but a word. Meraki: To do something with soul, creativity or love. Leaving a piece of yourself in to what you are doing.
Q: If you were a crayon, what color would you be?
A: I’d be turquoise. The color is associated with energy, joy, love and creativity.
Q: What was your all-time, best-ever Halloween costume?
A: My most epic costume was when I dressed up as Darla from Finding Nemo and my husband dressed up as the dentist. I made my own head gear, got the same shirt as her, bought a stuffed Nemo and put it in a bag. We rocked it!