Steffyann is our new Business Development Coordinator. She has over 10 years’ experience in project- and relationship-management and account development.
In her role, she’ll develop new business relationships, answer questions about 365 Technologies and its services, and guide new clients through the onboarding process. She’ll also represent and find new ways for 365 Technologies to work with local organizations to make a difference within the community.
Steffyann has earned a Project Management Post-Graduate Diploma from The University of Winnipeg (PACE – Professional, Applied and Continuing Education), a Bachelor of Arts in History and minor in Cultural Studies from The University of the West Indies in Kingston, Jamaica, a WHMIS Training Certificate, and is a Certified Project Management Professional (PMP).
“Steffyann is a great addition to the 365 Technologies team. Her background and in-depth knowledge of the information and communication industry is a big asset to our team and clients,” says Michael Anderson, President and CEO, 365 Technologies Inc. “Steffyann has exceptional communication skills, can align solutions to clients’ business objectives and goals and has the ability to build long-lasting client relationships.”
A Q&A with Steffyann
1. What’s your role at 365 Technologies?
I primarily manage the sales pipeline for new accounts and carry out supporting activities to move clients through the sales and client onboarding cycle.
2. What are your first impressions of 365 Technologies?
I feel warmly welcomed by the team. You can see that the staff takes great care to ensure 365 Technologies’ office environment is welcoming for the team members and clients alike. I am really excited to be here and part of the team, and look forward to taking this journey to grow with 365 Technologies.
3. What’s the best piece of advice you’ve received?
“Do not limit your dreams,” and “Your attitude determines your altitude.”
4. What motivates you?
My daughter. I push to make sure I provide her with a firm foundation and the support to help her achieve her dreams – the same as my parents provided me.
5. Do you have a motto?
“It always seems impossible until it’s done” – Nelson Mandela