Incipio Employee Profile: Jessica

 

Meet Jessica Sunderland, Incipio’s newest Customer Service Extraordinaire. Aside from being extremely helpful on the phone and loving Sprinkles Cupcakes, find out some of Jessica’s favorite things in this week’s Employee Profile.

Q: What do you like best about your job?

A: Being fed for free. Who wouldn’t like that? No, I like my coworkers. It makes for a fun work environment. Yet, I can’t deny the glory of breakfast ready for me when I come into work.

Q: Where did you grow up & what reminds you of your childhood…

A: I lived in Northern California for a while. Do I remember it? No, not really. BUT I do remember growing up in Diamond Bar, CA. Day-long beach trips, roller blades, and old school Nickelodeon/Disney channel shows always remind me of being a kid. Those were the days…

Q: Top 3 favorite restaurants, Go!

A: Does Sprinkles count? If so, definitely Sprinkles. After that, I’m not sure. I’ll just say Lucille’s because I worked there and Flame Broiler because the lady who manages the one I go to remembers me and my order. That’s kind of embarrassing.. Oh well.

Q: What Incipio case are you rockin’ today? Why?

A: This has been changing daily. Today, it’s the NGP for my iPhone 5.

Q: If you could be on any TV show, which one would it be?

A: The Amazing Race for sure. I would give anything to visit a bunch of countries for free AND have a chance to win more trips. Yeah, I want to travel if that wasn’t already obvious.

Q: What is the best concert/festival you’ve been to? Tell us about it…

A: West Beach Music Festival. I went in the beginning of my first year at UCSB. It’s a 3-day music festival but I ended up going just on “Reggae day”. The festival is completely on the beach so you’re in the sun on the beach listening to live music all day. This was also an added bonus: they had a wide variety of beers for no more than $5 a pop. Win.

Q: Besides being an amazing employee at Incipio, what did you want to be growing up?

A: I wanted to be a veterinarian. I love animals but I can’t handle blood and the suffering. It’s like that ASPCA commercial with Sarah McLachlan…I cry every time.