Natasha Belak-Berger is a new employee here at gap intelligence and here is a quick Question and Answer session with her:
Q: Give me a little background about yourself.
A: I was born and raised in southern California and don’t think I could ever leave! I recently graduated from UCSD from Thurgood Marshall with a degree in Human Biology. More importantly I played for the UCSD Women’s soccer team for 4 years and still enjoy playing soccer in my spare time.
Q: How long have you been working at gap?
A: I’ve been working at gap for the last 3 months, which makes me one of the newbies around the office. These past couple months have been exciting, fun, and educational as I learn more about Excel and the interesting world of printers (I’m becoming such a printer nerd)!
Q: What do you do here at gap?
A: I have been working with on our printer models as well as with the sys-ops team. It has taken me awhile to learn all the tricks of the trade but I am finally making some progress!
Q: What do you do in your spare time?
A: My spare time tends to be filled with soccer! I really love the game and enjoy playing and coaching as well. Besides soccer, I just love being outside or being active whether it is playing volleyball on the beach or playing ping pong against my roommates.
Q: Where’s your favorite place that you’ve traveled to?
A: Spain has to be one of my all-time favorite destinations. The country is beautiful, full of history, and has so many interesting sites to see. But my favorite trip I have ever taken was to Germany in 2006 to see the men’s World Cup. The energy and passion that filled the whole country was something I will never forget!
Post interview Natasha returned to her work on printers, looking up specifications on new models and writing vlookups.