- How and when did you come to Sutherland?
I started at Sutherland 10 years ago thinking I would only be here for a year. However, after meeting so many great people, enjoying what I did, the constant support, and the advantages Sutherland has to offer, how could I leave?
- 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?
The people! There is no better feeling than knowing you have impacted just one person in some small way. I enjoy receiving messages from people that have either moved up or moved on expressing how I’ve impacted them.
- Which country that Sutherland operates in would you most like to visit and why?
I would love to visit the UK. So much history and amazing architecture there.
- What’s the best advice you’ve ever received at work or in life?
The greatest advice I was given was to always remain neutral. Get all sides of the story before reacting. I take that with me professionally and personally.
- What do you do outside of work?
There’s nothing I love more than spending time with friends and family, whether traveling, camping, sitting out by a fire, playing games, or watching them in their sports. Family is everything!
- If you could have one superpower, what would it be?
I’d love to be invisible. I like the idea of being that fly on the wall, or pulling pranks and never getting caught.
Meet our Author!
By Amber Kukiela| Amber is the Candidate Experience Specialist for Sutherland. 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.