Want to learn more about the people behind the Brew? This series will give you the answers to the most important questions (and some not-so-important questions) you may want to ask. This week, we’re chatting with Becky Sadler, account manager extraordinaire!
Where did you grow up?
I was born in Needham, Massachusetts but grew up in Charleston, West Virginia.
What do you do for fun?
LERD, not enough! Would love to dance the night away at Splash after a night of drag, but anytime with friends or family is a good time.
Did you always want to be a Project Manager?
Not at all! I always loved art & design, and graduated from LA Tech in Graphic Design, but loved people too much, so I veered toward sales. But this is the perfect mix of both!
WHAT’S YOUR FAVORITE BREW (BEER/TEA/COFFEE)?
WHAT’S YOUR TOP CORE VALUE AND WHY?
ADAPT – Embrace & drive change – change has increased in frequency in the last 10 years of my life. So much so that I believe it is paramount to anyone’s existence to make it a part of their everyday desire and focus. I believe if we stay open for change, push for change and encourage change it will only help us to grow & succeed individually and as a community. I think this is critical to our future.
FAVORITE LOCAL LUNCH SPOT?
WHAT’S ONE FACT ABOUT YOURSELF THAT MOST PEOPLE WOULD BE SURPRISED TO HEAR?
Before the 2016 flood, every Halloween I dressed up as Michael Jackson and blasted THRILLER (on repeat) through the house windows out into the street with the entire front yard decorated as a cemetery. Kids knocked on the door and I’d swing it open with my MJ mask on! Some cried, some screamed but most laughed, and the parents high-fived me all night. There’s nothing like a Thriller Halloween, baby! I will hopefully go back to it soon – just need to re-decorate the graves!
WHICH FICTIONAL CHARACTER (TV SHOW, MOVIE, OR BOOK) DO YOU MOST IDENTIFY WITH?
Elizabeth Bennet in Pride & Prejudice
WHAT’S YOUR IDEAL BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION?
Dance the night away at Splash (or Fat Cats in NOLA) after a night of drag.
WHO DO YOU WANT TO BE WHEN YOU GROW UP?
Jane Fonda (late years) or Betty White