We’re Celebrating our Adafruit Team this #LaborDay – Takara from Gathering
Here’s Takara! This is what she had to say for Labor Day:
Hey everyone! I’m Takara and I’m the Inventory Lead in the Gathering Department. My top priority is making sure that the amazing products you order are in stock and correctly labeled. I am also responsible for filling orders and, on rare occasions, shipping the orders out to you!
I am surrounded by coworkers who understand my love for professional wrestling, Beyonce, the Rock, the Yankees, football (Go Patriots!), the Knicks, and did I mention, wrestling? “Oooooh yeahhhhh” *Macho Man voice*. These are the kind of coworkers you can spend time with outside of work, which is pretty cool.
Limor and Phil have given me the opportunity of a lifetime and I am forever grateful. I absolutely love Adafruit…cause Stone Cold (and I) said so.
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