eimagine Welcomes Orr Fellow Carly Becker

eimagine recently had the pleasure to add to our talented pool of Orr Fellowship associates. Carly Becker will join the team as an e3 associate, following her graduation from the University of Dayton.
With Carly joining our team we took some time to get to know Carly and ask her some serious, while also some not as serious questions, to get to know her!

Hey Carly! Graduation is getting closer and closer. What are you most excited for once you’re done with school?
Carly: I’m most looking forward to being able to establish myself outside of soccer. I’m ready to start my career and make a name for myself through the work that I accomplish.

What’s your favorite and least favorite Thanksgiving food?
Carly: I love stuffing. And I don’t have a least favorite. It’s all so good!

Where city are you from?
Carly: I’m from Phoenix, Arizona! It’s a bit warmer here than it is in Indy, so I’m enjoying that right now.

What are your favorite sports teams?
Carly: The Seattle Seahawks and Seattle Sounders.

What does leadership mean to you?
Carly: Leadership means acting with integrity. A good leader will be able to empathize with others. You must be driven, while always being able to look around you and make sure your coworkers are also driven.

What is your favorite place you’ve traveled to? And where are you desiring to travel to most?
Carly: My favorite trip was to London. I really want to go to Vietnam, The Philippines and Thailand.

What most excited you when you heard about eimagine?
Carly: I was excited to see eimagine as a tech company. After my interview, it was clear how great the culture was. I could tell how much everyone loves working at eimagine and works together. I’m so excited to get started!

If you were able to have dinner with any 3 people who would you choose?
Carly: I’d have to go with activist and former volleyball player Victoria Garrick, my grandpa and former USA goalkeeper Hope Solo.

What was your first concert?
Carly: Best of Both Worlds Hannah Montana and Miley Cyrus.

Final question. What will have happened for you to deem your Orr fellowship experience at eimagine as a success?
Carly: If i can look back and be proud of the work I did. I always want to give it my all. I plan to absorb as my knowledge as I can and learn from all my future co-workers. If I can do that, then I’ll say this has been a very successful experience.

Thank you Carly for joining us and we are eager for you to join the team!
Are you looking for your next career move and want to join the eimagine team? Learn more about our e3 program by visiting our careers page.