Stephanie serves as OctoClean’s Community Manager. She manages OctoClean’s many community circles by maintaining a dialog through social media networks, the OctoClean website and email campaigns. She builds awareness of the OctoClean brand through online marketing, web content management and organic search engine optimization. Her objective is to connect people whether through technology or in person. Stephanie is the “glue girl” of OctoClean.
A little bit more about Stephanie…
What is your name?
Stephanie, but I answer to Jennifer, Tiffany and pretty much any other three syllable female name with “f’s” in the middle.
What do you do?
Publish content through our blog and other social media outlets, coordinate OctoClean’s community events and involvement, and represent OctoClean at local business events. Another important thing I do is feed the office fish.
What do you do when you are not doing that?
I also work part-time as an Marriage and Family therapist intern. When I’m not working, I like hanging out with my friends or going on long, long walks.
Thai, French, Mexican or Japanese… or the Hungarian food that my grandma makes. My real obsession isn’t food though. I love, love, love coffee and tea.
Favorite city and why?
I have a lot of cities that I love, but my favorite would probably have to be Budapest in Hungary. I have a lot of family there and I don’t get to visit as often as I’d like to.
What did you want to be when you were in school?
When I was nine, I wanted to be the president until I realized that people would put cartoons of me on the cover of magazines in the grocery store. When I was in high school, I wanted to design furniture or style photo shoots.
I have a small tattoo of the word “darling” in Hebrew. In Hungarian, my favorite word is “testver” (tesht-vair) which literally means “body blood” but would be translated in English as “brother” or “sister”. I think this is such a poetic way to describe sibling relationships.
Tell us a secret about someone else from OctoClean.
Matt loves studying the intersection between psychology and business. I think one day he’s going to come up with his own management training philosophy and become a millionaire off selling books and $500 a day seminars.
I work with…
Our franchise owners and their staff, members of the local business community, and the organizations that we volunteer with.