This lady brings not one, but two new bodies to the office. That's right, guys. She's incubating a human! When she's not doing the whole mom-thing, she races cars with her husband. (But really, how neat is that?) I have no doubt she's going to blend into our eclectic Sundog family just perfectly. Meet Ashley Hahn:
This feisty, cultured, country girl is an active part of not only Sundog, but also the Fargo-Moorhead community. From occasionally hosting a local radio show to working on giant steam engines and organizing the original Downtown Fargo Zombie Pub Crawl, she’s a girl of many passions. Meet Crystal Aakre.
Here at Sundog, we are always striving to be the company our clients love to work with and our team members want to work for. It’s a big goal, right? It’s also an important one. How can we all work to be the best – and constantly keep improving?
Culture can make or break a company. It affects how our employees feel about coming to work. But it also influences their interactions with clients, partners, co-workers, potential customers and the community.
Have you heard? Sundog has officially expanded with a new office in the Twin Cities. Come visit us at our new location at 5320 West 23rd Street in St. Louis Park. We’d love to show you around.
It's about time we get to know another Sundogger! Let's focus on a new(ish) member of our Minneapolis office and the ring leader of our marketing strategy team. He once wrote a poetry collection, which is now safely housed in the university library in Morehead, Kentucky (just in case you're really curious and feel the need to check it out). He's...Dave Jones!
She’s a familiar face to many, but she’s broken through her intern roots and is now a fulltime ‘Dogger! And if you need another reason to love her, this girl’s got design speed (and a foot made of half cadaver bone, but that’s neither here nor there). We’re talking about none other than, Katie Schalow.
This lady sure knows how to bring energy to her team and the rest of 5th floor! But when she’s not in design mode, she’s a national Ground Water Guardian for an organization that stresses on water conservation. Meet Jena LaPlante: