We’re Celebrating our Adafruit Team this #LaborDay – Dagna from our Reseller Fulfillment Department
Dagna is one of the newer members of our Reseller team – here’s what Dagna has to say:
Hola!!!! My name is Dagna it means “A new Day”. I work in the Reseller Fulfillment Dept as the RF Gathering Lead. I oversee the gatherers in my department to make sure we gather orders in a timely and accurate manner!
I’m a HUGE music lover and addicted to going to concerts. I’ve been in the workforce for the last 18 yrs, 10 of those years working for a corporation. I have two mottos I live by 1) Live. Laugh. Love. Repeat & 2) In every job that must be done there is an element of fun. Since joining the Adafruit community I’ve been over the moon!!! I love working here because the staff is great and the opportunity for growth is phenomenal!!! Every morning I look forward to coming to work. Viva la Adafruit!
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