Tabler of the Week: Judy Jow

By Sarah Ghessie, operations manager for Social Tables

Why Do We Have a Tabler of the Week?

We periodically interview one of our amazing co-workers to highlight on our culture blog.  A great culture is 100% about the people that drive it.  We come from different places, backgrounds, and experiences and all add a lot of spice to this workplace.

Tabler of the Week: Judy Jow

Tabler Since: September 2014

Hails From: Houston, TX

Proud Alumni Of: Duke University

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What is your role at Social Tables?

As a software engineer, I help build the products that our customers love and use.  

What were you doing before you came to Social Tables?

Before coming to Social Tables, I worked at a data analytics company and attended a programming boot camp.

What do you like to do outside of work?

Eating – I love trying new restaurants, biking & traveling.

Talk about your favorite Core Value:

EDIASD. I like that we encourage everyone to be constantly improving here and that we have this awesome Education Fund that we can use to grow!

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Talk about your favorite Social Tables event:

Family Weekend 2015. I think being part of the planning committee and also attending it was really cool to experience. Having everyone bring their families together to meet coworkers was amazing.

What makes you weird?

I really like hot Cheetos (I can eat them for an entire meal).

Cheers from Peers:
Deploying Destination successfully is an amazing first step towards the bright future of Social Tables. I’m really excited about it — never forget: you have all changed event planning forever!!!

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