Ginger Klein - January 2020
This month we are pleased to feature Ginger Klein of North Dakota. Ginger is a go-getter, proud mother, and a Vikings fan! DCI is so pleased to have Ginger working on our contractor team, she adds a great deal of value to the projects that she is a part of. Enjoy reading more about Ginger in this month's Spotlight.
How did you get involved with DCI?
I saw a job opening online and applied to Direct Contact.
Tell us about your background:
I grew up on a farm and I have lived in a rural community for most of my life. After I finished my Associate of Arts degree in Business Administration I left to serve in the Army. While stationed at Fort Bragg, North Carolina, I finished my Bachelors in Science degree.
What is the best thing about being a DCI Contractor?
I enjoy working in the community I grew up in. In the warm months being able to work outside is my favorite!
What would you like to share about your home and family life?
I live on a farm in central North Dakota with my boyfriend Tyler and two sons Brandt and TJ.
What are you driving while you work?
Mazda CX9 crossover
What was your first job?
My first job was making pizzas at Hot Stuff Pizza.
What do you do during the first hour of the morning?
I check my calendar and emails for the day.
What are your hobbies and interests?
Playing video games in the winter months. Gardening and hiking in the summertime.
What is your greatest achievement?
Being a mom!
What are you ordering for your favorite meal?
Beef tips in a red wine sauce
What is your favorite sports team?
Tell us about your favorite pet.
I can't pick just one! My two cats, Whiskers and Tom and my yellow/red lab dog, Marshall.
What is the happiest moment of your life?
Becoming a mom.
What three people (living or not) would you invite to a dinner party?
Ellen Degeneres, Barbara Walters, and Joyce Meyer
What historical figure do you admire most?
What was the first concert you attended?
Do you have a guilty pleasure?
I enjoy watching British movies and TV shows.
Where in the world are you dying to visit?
What is the best piece of advice you ever received?
Time is precious, don't waste it!