Hollister Hello With Michelle Rogers
Michelle Rogers, Assistant Project Manager
|Five tiered cake, not cake pop|
What’s changed since you’ve been here? The onboarding process went from a cake pop to a five-tier cake from cake boss. The actual process from the interview process to hiring has changed for the better. I noticed a significant change in the level of experience of the employees Hollister brings on board. I also noticed that we have more people now who are more focused and driven. For me, I was attracted to this place right at the start because of the philanthropy of CJ and Hollister’s good reputation. It was up and coming, the location was the same town I lived in. It transitioned from being a place where I wanted to be to a place I wanted to stay.
What excites you about the future? Moving forward with my volunteer work. I volunteer at the county jail, and Greystone Park Psychiatric where I provide religious support to these programs. It can include bible study to advice on family- I provide whatever info I can with whatever tools I have. In the future, I want to continue and provide my support to prisons.
|Jamaica Blue Mountains|
What’s the best movie you’ve seen recently?
(does Wakanda greeting)
Where is your dream vacation?
Jamaica. I came from there when I was 9 and I just want to see what it’s all about. I want to go up to the blue mountains.
What's the best book you've read lately and your favorite quote from it? Everybody Matters by Rajendra Sisodia and Robert Chapman and “Catch people doing things right.” I wrote a few lines down, but that one is my top.
What’s the most important characteristic of a good teammate? Honesty. It’s simple.