Up close and personal with Taylor Emerton

In this edition of Up Close and Personal – a blog series aimed at revealing the fun and quirky side of our talented and experienced MultiConnexions team – we interviewed our talented and vivacious MCX team member Taylor Emerton to get to know her a little better.

1. What is your name (and nickname!), and what do you do at MultiConnexions?

My Name is Taylor and in the office I am called T, Tay or even Taylor Swift. My role is Account Executive!

2. What were you doing prior to joining us?

I was previously working at a promotional marketing company.

3. What has surprised you most about working at MultiConnexions so far?

I was very surprised about the autonomy and independence we are given. We have guidance without micromanaging, which is very rare.

4. What do you love doing when you’re not at work?

I love playing with my two Cavoodle dogs, Lola and Leni.

5. Tell us one thing about you that surprises people.

I am a competitive cheerleader (the flipping and stunting kind).

6. If you had your own talk show, who would your first 3 guests be and why?

Daniel Sloss – My all-time favourite comedian, a chance to meet him would be amazing

Bella (From little big shots) – She is so incredible to fluently speak 7 languages at the age of 4

Jacinda Ardern – I think she is one of the best leaders in modern times, she constantly impresses me

7. What’s the best piece of work/ career advice you’ve ever been given?

You need to be somewhere you enjoy going to every morning.

8. If you could instantly become an expert in anything, what would it be and why?

Chinese! It would be such an asset in my position not only at work but because of the global nature of today’s society.

9. If you could visit anywhere in the world, where would you like to go and why?

I would love to go to the Greek islands, it has been on my wish list for a while now as it just looks so beautiful and unique!

10. Lastly, what excites you most about the future of multicultural Australia?

We will be one of the most culturally linked countries in the world, with endless growth possibilities for Australia. Geographically, we are somewhat isolated but though our multicultural nature, we are now more connected than ever.

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