Meet Robert! Robert just celebrated his 1-year anniversary at Soren and plays an important role in the success of Soren as a Capacity Analyst. Robert is an excellent example of the Soren Core Value, You Control Your Progression, he started as a Sales Development Representative and then, moved to Capacity Analyst. Account Manager, Chris says “Robert is a strong addition to our team. His robust skillset in customer service and attention to detail are much needed assets for our team”. We are thrilled to have Robert as part of the Soren Family and are proud to spotlight him this month!
Here are some fun facts about Robert:
Tell us a little bit about your family…
My family is Mom Cathy and Dad Ralph with younger brother Mark who live in energy corridor. We all went to University of Houston so Cougar Pride runs DEEP. I now live in Cypress with my new family aka my wife Emily and our 2 Shih-Tzu’s Sasha (10 months) and Ralphie (8 years) and our new home. We live a pretty easy laid back life just watching tv and doing house chores that I don’t get paid to do anymore.
Where is your favorite place to be?
Lake Travis on the water
What is your favorite movie or TV show?
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?
David Attenborough because if you know you know
If you were stuck on an island what three things would you bring?
Wife, Chick-Fil-A sauce, duct tape
People would be surprised if they knew…
I was a mascot at University of Houston from 2011-2016
What brought you to Soren?
I wanted to get back into the industry and work better hours while being close to home.
How is Soren different than other companies you’ve worked for?
The environment/culture is relaxing. You work at your own pace and make your own decisions while standing behind them. No micro-managing which is KEY.
Which Soren core value means the most to you and why?
Leadership by EVERYONE because every person from Capacity Analyst Assistants to Account Managers all hold vital power is making sure things run like a well-oiled machine.
Do you have any advice for new or potential Soren employees?
No journey starts easy but everyday is a story here to tell your friends/family. It’s a place where you can come into work and actual enjoy sitting and talking to the people around you.