Meet Hunter! Hunter has been with Soren for a little over a year and a half and plays an important role in the success of Soren as a Capacity Analyst. He is an excellent example of the Soren Core Value, “Embrace the Journey” as he interned with us during his college career and came back to work full time upon graduation. Out POD Leader and Account Manager, John says “Hunter walked into Soren an MVP. From day one he has been driven to improve himself and his business each and every day. His drive lifts those around him to be better. We are very lucky to have Hunter as a part of our team”. We are thrilled to have Hunter as part of the Soren Family and are proud to spotlight him this month!
Here are some fun facts about Hunter:
Tell us a little bit about your family…
I come from a family of 5 and have 2 little brothers, Tyler and Matthew. I was born in Dallas, but moved to Cypress, TX shortly after and have spent majority of my life in the area ever since. My family enjoys all things outdoors and we find ourselves spending most of our time on the golf course or somewhere on the water.
Where is your favorite place to be?
Anywhere on the water
What is your favorite movie or TV show?
Game of Thrones
If you had to eat one meal, every day for the rest of your life, what would it be?
If you could meet anyone living or dead, who would it be?
If you were stuck on an island what three things would you bring?
Flint, Knife, and Inflatable Raft
People would be surprised if they knew…
I waterskied for the University of Arkansas
What brought you to Soren?
The opportunity for growth and the atmosphere of the workplace.
How is Soren different than other companies you’ve worked for?
Soren is different than most places I have worked due to the structure of the company, it allows for me to become specialized in my own role while still being a part of a team.
Which Soren core value means the most to you and why?
The core value that means the most to me is “You control your progression”. The reason being is that regardless of your position or tenure at the company there is always opportunity for growth and that is something that is very appeasing to someone like myself. It creates a different drive and intensity that is hard to find in other industries.
Do you have any advice for new or potential Soren employees?
My advice for new employees would be to enjoy the process. At first, everything can seem confusing and frustrating, but buying into process will only allow for you to grow.