Kimberly Daly, New England Wire Technologies Inside Sales

Who's Who at NEW - Meet Kimberly Daly

Posted 11 November 2016 12:00 AM by Administrator

Joining our team a bit over a year ago, Kimberly Daly has been busy training with both the engineering and sales teams for her current position in Inside Sales. Through this training, she has had the opportunity to gain design and sales experience in all US regions as well as international customer service.  Today, you will find Kimberly assisting customers in the US Mid-West region, as well as those located in Taiwan and Hong Kong. She also spends her time helping to better her fellow co-workers by participating as a coach for the Leadership Training Program here at New England Wire.  We recently sat down with Kimberly to learn a bit more about her:

Q:  What is your favorite thing about your career? 

KD: One of my favorite things is working and interacting with people, which is why I love my career here so much. I love that I am able to interact with different personalities, cultures, places and people on a daily basis. One minute I could be working with someone in China and the next I could be working with someone in Minnesota, it keeps work interesting and fun!

Q:  What motivates you to work hard? 

KD: I think I am motivated by problem solving and always working to help the customer get exactly what they are looking for. I always feel accomplished when I am able to help a customer solve a problem. It makes me happy knowing that they have what they need and are satisfied with the product they are going to receive. It is also a great way to create a bond with the customer.

Q:  What are your hobbies? 

KD: I love to go running, skiing, rock climbing, and kayaking

Q:  What makes you laugh the most? 

KD: I would have to say the combination of my kids and the changes in technology. My kids trying to explain new things to me or I ask them questions about something new - the combination never fails to make me laugh and put a smile on my face!

Q:  What did you want to be when you were small? 

KD: I wanted to be either a veterinarian or the president, because I loved animals and I thought I knew absolutely everything. But I could never handle the sight of blood and the president gig has yet to play out…

Q:  What song would you sing at Karaoke night? 

KD: “Ring of Fire” by Johnny Cash. I feel like it is an upbeat song that a lot of people would sing along to, so if I failed miserably everyone might join in and it wouldn’t be as embarrassing!

Q:  If you could only eat one food for the rest of your life, what would it be? 

KD: Oh, lobster for sure!

Q:  Aside from necessities, what one thing could you not go a day without? 

KD: Lipstick. I could be having the worst day of my life, but you throw me a tube of lipstick and I could face the world like nothing was wrong!

Q:  If you were a super-hero, what powers would you have? 

KD: I think having the ability to see the future would be pretty awesome

Q:  What is your favorite flavor of ice cream?  Hard or Soft?  Cup or Cone?

KD: Mint chocolate chip, hard and in a cone!

Q:  If you could choose to do anything for a day, what would it be?

KD: I would spend the day on Pensacola Beach, Florida! It’s on the panhandle of Florida, right near Alabama. The water is a beautiful shade of blue and the sand is soft and white. It is one of my favorite places on earth!

Q:  What song would you say best sums you up?

KD: “Girls Just Want to Have Fun” by Cindy Lauper!

Q:  What is one thing you will never do?

KD: I don’t think I could ever bungee jump. There is too much trust in one person to hook everything up correctly…if I ever did go someone would probably have to push me because I would just stand there frozen!





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