restaurant scheduling software

What is your name?


What do you do at TimeForge?

When I’m not helping our awesome customers become more confident with the TimeForge restaurant scheduling software, they let me write stuff. I write a lot of the new blogs, newsletters, and content for our manuals. Also, I’m the staff philosopher.


How long have you been working with TimeForge?

I started here in August.


What’s your favorite part of working with TimeForge?

I really enjoy working with people and I’m glad to be writing because it’s what I’m going to school to do.


How do you make the lives of TimeForge customers better? 

I try to help whenever there is a problem and train new customers on how to be TimeForge geniuses.


What was your first hourly job?

I grew up working in my granddad’s store. I mopped floors, unboxed products, and paid bills. Eventually, he started paying me. I think it was hourly.


What was your first restaurant or retail job?

I’ve worked in retail my entire life!


What is your favorite hobby?

I read. I read too much.


Are you in school?

I am a Senior Creative Writing and Philosophy student at Texas Tech University.

What is your favorite Movie?

The Philadelphia Story


Do you have any pets?

Not right now.



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