Chief Networking Officer
We may call her our Chief Networking Officer, but perhaps Chief Inspiration Officer would be more fitting. Leslie’s simultaneously our yin and our yang: she has big ideas but can reign them into reality; she is kindness personified, but knows when to talk tough; she’s dyslexic and left handed, a life she dubs “backwards,” yet it’s Leslie that always drives us forward. The mom of one is a yogi, writer, photographer, and loyal member of the Green Ridge Girls.
- Describe your perfect day.
Hanging out with my sweet daughter, journaling and yoga with my calm app, and eating great food that Dan makes.
2. What’s your beverage of choice?
3. What’s your favorite food, and what’s the food you eat every day?
Eggs is what I eat every day. Favorite food: homemade ravioli or tacos.
4. Speaking of every day, what else do you do every single day?
Walk, journal, yoga and breathe… legit. Oh, and drink coffee.
5. Tell us about your pets.
I have two cats and a LOT of fish!! And our newest addition, Ruger the Anatolian shepherd.
6. Tell us about your hobbies.
Riding my bike and hanging out with my daughter (she is helping me with my answers).
7. Any weird habits?
I floss every day. I don’t eat, and I save dogs.
8. What about weird collections?
Of course… Fiesta!
9. What’s your favorite part of your job?
Creating the foundation of success for the businesses we work with.
10. Any talents?
Creating new words for existing words that have become boring.
11. What’s your favorite destination vacation?
12. What’s your favorite sport to watch?
Go Colts. I am a Hoosier, too.
13. What movie do you watch over and over again?
14. What were you doing before The Mann Group, and why did you decide to make the move?
HR. I came to The Mann Group for freedom of schedule.
15. What special assets do you think you bring to The Mann Group?
My brain never stops, so my ideas are fluid.
16. Anything else you’d like to share with the world?
I only know how to water ski on one ski—never started on two. I am dyslexic and left-handed, so I think very backwards.