Meet Our Employee of the Month: Anna Williams
She may be a fairly new addition to the Frank Leta team, but her kind and friendly demeanor has already made a big impact on us. Anna is not only a vital component of our behind-the-scenes administrative team that keeps our dealership running, she’s also our October employee of the month!
Here’s a little Q&A with Anna to get to know her a little more…
Q. How long have you worked in the automotive industry?
A. “I’ve only worked at the dealership since November 2018, but my first job was for etrailer.com, which sells trailer and auto parts online, so if you count that I’ve worked in the industry about two years.”
Q. What made you choose to work for Frank Leta?
A. “I’m in graduate school right now, so I needed a job with steady income, and the commute was awesome. (I live five minutes away, so that was a huge perk!). I interviewed for the administrative assistant position and everything fell into place!”
Q. Name one thing you can’t get through your workday without.
A. “Dunkin Donuts coffee!”
Q. What are the three most important things in life to you?
A. “I’m a Christian, so my faith is the most important thing to me. I’m getting married in May, so my fiancé would have to be second! And finally (aside from the rest of my family and friends) my puppy, Happy, brings so much joy into my life.”
Q. You’re on your lunch break and can eat at any restaurant in St. Louis–where would you go?
A. “Seoul Taco.”
Q. What’s your favorite thing to hear from a customer?
A. “Just hearing ‘thank you’ is really rewarding.”
Q. You have a free Saturday–what do you spend it doing?
A. Lately every weekend has been about homework and wedding planning, but if I had the day to myself, I’d definitely hang out with my fiancé and my dog, and just enjoy the nice Fall weather we’re starting to have.”
Q. Finish this sentence: “If I wasn’t working in the automotive industry, I would be doing ______________”.
A. “If I didn’t have to work at all, I would be traveling, but if I wasn’t in the auto industry specifically, I would begin my career in education.”
Q. What is one thing people would be surprised to learn about you?
A. “I’m 1/4 Japanese! That’s always my go-to fun fact!”