As an Account Executive at Dumpsters.com, I work to provide best-in-class service to make sure your organization’s waste needs are met. I will continually check in to make sure you have adequate support across your sites and work through any challenges that might arise.
I have been in sales for just about eight years now. I started my career with a technology expense management company and then moved to a content management firm for a couple of years. I joined Budget Dumpster with the inbound premier team first and then moved into a sales development role before landing here as an enterprise account executive.
We now provide dumpsters for a demolition and cleanout company in Atlanta that was having issues with deliveries and billing. Once they partnered with us, we were able to significantly reduce delays by getting containers on-site when they needed them and help them budget for projects with our predictable billing dates and transparent invoices. Plus, the client was able to save time while we handled hauler research, account setup, communication and issue resolution on all orders.
Outside of Work
I am a big fan of both playing and watching sports, especially all Cleveland teams. I golf as much as I can and also play basketball. I love to travel to warm destinations, too.
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