With offices in different parts of the country, we were curious to hear what Senderoans in each of our markets love about living in their city. We sat down with Zoey Lacey-Gotz to hear more about her experience living in Dallas.
Zoey interned at Sendero during the summer of 2019 before joining full-time in the fall of 2020. She graduated from SMU with a degree in Management Science and French. Zoey currently works as an organizational change management analyst and has experience in the energy and healthcare industries.
Tell us about a typical day in Dallas.
I enjoy taking full advantage of the flexibility of Sendero’s hybrid work from home model, so most of my days look different from one another. I love being able to choose between logging into work from home in my Uptown apartment or grabbing the M-Line Trolley in West Village and heading downtown to the Sendero office to do more hands-on, in-person work with my project team.
Although no two are ever the same, today was the perfect work from home day.
7:00 AM: I got a head start on Sendero’s step challenge, beginning my day by enjoying the morning sun on the Katy Trail on my way to Village Baking Co. for a croissant and coffee.
Every spring, Sendero’s Wellness Committee gets the company moving with a step challenge. We team up in groups of four, and the competition gets heated! I have yet to win a challenge, but maybe one day I will pick up running and start hitting 100,000 steps per week like some of the participants. For now, a morning stroll to get a croissant is my contribution to the team.
8:00 AM: While enjoying my croissant and coffee, I hopped online to check my email and plan my day.
8:30 AM: I work with a very large team of Senderoans, so we take 30 minutes to start our day with project and life updates. Three new Associates recently joined our team, so we took this time to welcome them and get to know everyone a little better.
9:00 AM-12:00 PM: After our team touchpoint, I spent the morning getting some work done and attending a few client meetings.