In our Employee Highlight, we have Administrative Assistant Angie Walker. Angie has been with Excellance for eight years and we decided it was a great time to ask her about her experiences this far.
Tell us a little bit about yourself and what you do at Excellance.
ANGIE WALKER: I was born in West Virginia. I have lived Tennessee and Ohio. I moved to Alabama in 1991 after meeting my husband. I am the Executive Administrative Assistant at Excellance, Inc. My responsibilities include; Delivery paperwork, Titling, Releasing Work Orders and Change Orders to Production, Trade Show Coordination, Marketing Material, IT Administration, overseeing the website, Company supplies and other special projects.
How did you come to work at Excellance and what do you enjoy most about the work you do?
ANGIE: I saw the ad for the position online and applied for the job. I came in for the interview and started working for Excellance the following week. I enjoy the people that I work with and the diversity of tasks in my job. It is wonderful knowing that our finished product helps to save lives.
What has been the most interesting thing you have seen or done at Excellance?
ANGIE: The most interesting thing I have seen at Excellance would be seeing the specialty units such as the RTTC missile testing units, the Mobile Stroke units, and the CNG units go from conception to production. The finished products are awesome.
|Pictured: Angie and husband Mike|
What do you like to do outside of work? And how to you balance your career and family life?
ANGIE: Outside of work I like to spend time with my family which includes my cat Reggie. The main balance in my life comes from putting God first. I believe everything else will fall into place when you do that.
If you could travel to anywhere in the world, where would it be and why?
ANGIE: If I could go anywhere in the world I would go to Europe. My ancestry comes from Europe. My grandparents went to England when I was small. I have always wanted to go.
|Pictured: Corey, Brendan and Reggie|
Imagine time travel was just invented. What time would you like to visit and what would you do there?
ANGIE: If time travel was invented I would go back to the time of the apostle Paul and ask a lot of questions.
Lastly, tell us one thing on your bucket list.
ANGIE: One of the things I would like to take off of my bucket list would be to swim with dolphins.
|Pictured: Angie’s sons and nephews in home-made Diablo costumes for Halloween.|