Bre Chambers is not a fan of being recorded, but she knocked our Get to Know ME recording out of the park this month! Be sure to watch her two-minute video and read below to get to know more about our spirited Travel Coordinator out of the Traverse City office. Thanks, Bre, for sharing how you ended up in the incentive travel industry and the brilliant photos of some recent hiking adventures (can only be seen in the video – what are you waiting for?)
What’s your current title and how long have you been in the incentive industry?
I am a Travel Program Coordinator and have been in the incentive industry for 6 years in various positions.
What do you like about being a Travel Program Coordinator?
I like seeing the program through from start to finish and working out all the details to ensure everyone has a great experience.
What’s something you want to share about the people you work with at Motivation Excellence?
We have a great team built from years of experience with a vast array of skills.
What’s a specific moment in your history that always stands out as a defining moment, and why?
I’d have to say having the opportunity to experience an incentive program as a participant before I knew this industry existed. It brought me back to Traverse City and introduced me to my career.
What do you enjoy doing outside of work?
I love to travel and tend to gravitate toward hiking destinations with beautiful views.
One thing that always makes you laugh is?
Getting together with friends; we all share the same sarcastic humor.
What’s a bucket list item you can’t wait to cross off?
I’ll be crossing off Banff, Alberta, Canada next summer! This trip was originally planned for the summer of 2020 so I’m excited to finally get this one checked off the list.
This month, our theme for social media is Perception. How do you adjust perception either on how you think of someone or something, or how they perceive you? Is perception important?
Perception plays a huge role in how we interact with the world, on a large scale but also in every day-to-day interaction. I find talking through things helps me see situations from a different angle.