- How and when did you come to Sutherland Global?
Sutherland was my first job out of college. I had a friend that worked here, so she referred me. That was back in November 2009.
- What gets you up in the morning? No, not your dog or alarm….but what really drives you to get up and give your best each day?
I really enjoy helping people and sharing whatever knowledge I have. I like that when I come to the office, the people on my team are happy to see me, and that there is a lot of open, fun communication among us.
- So far in your career at Sutherland, what are your top three most important accomplishments?
My top three most important accomplishments are closing 711 cases in one month (holding the record high for the program), reaching over 9000 lifetime case closes (currently over 14000), and accepting the role of Responsible Operator for the Triage Team in my program.
- Which country that Sutherland operates in would you most like to visit and why?
I would love to visit Dubai or Kingston. I hear they are beautiful and the food is great. Lol!
- What do you do outside of work?
I enjoy cooking, bowling, video games (Destiny and Diablo 3 are my current addictions), and crafting (crocheting, knitting, etc).
- What are your favorite snacks or food to bring to work?
I like bringing in oxtails when I have extra funds for the team, mostly because everyone eats them so fast.
Meet our Author!
By Amber Kukiela| Amber is the Candidate Experience Specialist for Sutherland Global Services. She has a diverse background in marketing and has worked with Welch Allyn Inc. and the New York Family Business Center. She is a recent graduate of Le Moyne College where she majored in Business Marketing and minored in Philosophy and Art Administration. During her time at Le Moyne, she was a sprinter and high jumper for the NCAA track and field team. Since then, she has been running in 5k races around the Central NY area. When not running, she dabbles in photography, painting, and illustrating. She also enjoys baking and cooking and uses her coworkers as taste testers.