Meet the person who had our entire team singing her praises from the very first interview. Hannah Crenshaw not only survived our gauntlet of questions, writing assignments and interviews, she left the competition in the dust!
We love Hannah and you will too! If you ever get lucky enough to catch her on our messenger or a call, be sure to ask her about what sport she formerly competed in. It will for sure make you smile. I’ll give you a hint here.
Hi, I’m Hannah. You can spell it forwards or backwards.
I always spell it backwards. Shhh! Don’t tell anyone.
I’m looking forward to meeting you! In the meantime, here are a few things about me in Q&A format.
What do you bring to the Webconnex Team?
Zippy responses. Lots of questions. Maybe a few bad jokes.
When you have a free Saturday to do whatever you want, what do you do?
I would spend it at a combination coffee shop/book store. Classic millennial. You know the expression, “surrounded by people but all alone”? That’s the dream to me.
What are some plans you have for this year/upcoming year?
My husband and I are looking to buy a house! Very exciting. Very grown up of us.
At a party, would you be the person making everyone laugh? Or the person making everyone think?
It’s a trick question. As a diehard introvert, the only thing I bring to a party is an excuse to leave early. But, when forced, I suppose I would be the one eating more than her designated share of the bite-sized snacks.
What is something (or a couple things) we don’t know about you?
I’m married. Wait, you probably know that from the question above. Oh well, I’ll take any chance I get to talk about him. He’s great. And he freestyle raps, which is the main reason I married him. I play the piano (pretty well) and the guitar (not well at all). I almost quit college to go to culinary school. I’m not sure why and I’m very glad that it didn’t work out. I would love to adopt a baby elephant as a pet. I’m still kind of hoping that works out.
What is your go-to Karaoke song?
“Don’t Stop Believing” — Journey
Gotta get the people going. But if it wasn’t available, I could be talked into some stereotypical girl-power kind of jam.
Any parting words?
Honest and truly, I’m so excited to be part of the team. I’m looking forward to meeting you and making your day just a little more awesome.