Get to know us! At Carousel, we’re more than 1,300 #CarouselCrew members strong, spanning 27 locations across the country. Each month, we’re excited to share a glimpse of our talented team members.
This week, meet Windsor, CT-based Amy Dziewaltowski, Insider Sales Technology Consultant, and member of the Air National Guard. Here, Amy shares some of her life highlights and about a special family member that she reluctantly admits inspires her.
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What do you consider the best technology?
Video conferencing as a whole. Being a person who has friends, family, and colleagues all over the world, I have really been able to benefit from this technology professionally and personally.
What is most exciting about being a #CarouselCrew member?
It’s really exciting to be a part of a group that works together as a team, not just in my office, but nationwide. Not only am I learning about new and emerging technologies daily, I am building relationships and business partners from coast to coast—which not many in their 20s can say they are also doing.
What are your top 3 life highlights?
1. Joining the Air National Guard at 18. 2. Graduating from Eastern Connecticut State University with two Bachelor Degrees. 3. When I received the John L. Levitow Award at Airman Leadership School.
Who inspires you and why?
As much as I don’t like to admit it to him, I would say my big brother. My brother joined the Army when I was little, and I wanted to be just like him. He’s served for many years in the Army National Guard, was deployed, went to school and got his Bachelor’s Degree, and now works full time in the Army. I saw his hard work and dedication to himself and to his country and I wanted that too.
What is something you think everyone should do at least once in their lives and why?
Do something that you’ve always WANTED to do, but were too scared to ACTUALLY do it. I always wanted to join the military, but always made excuses to commit. One day I woke up and decided enough was enough—stop making excuses—and I met with a recruiter that same day.
What is the best advice you’ve ever received?
Travel! Many family members and friends always tell me that they regret not traveling more in their youth.
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