Team Member Spotlight: Jamie Kenna
Jamie has been with Corterra since 2020, when she was hired full-time after graduating from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign with a degree in Statistics. She started as an intern while she was still in school, showcasing her ability to learn and problem solve. Once on-board full time, she quickly became a critical team member supporting a global distributor and manufacturing client in the electronics industry. Her projects range from operational reporting to client support, as well as C# plugin development. Her work has automated client business processes and results in significant increases in productivity and information availability. As her knowledge of the systems, business, and technology has increased, she has taken on a more active role in leading and mentoring junior team members.
In her current role as a Senior Developer, Jamie leads small development teams on solutions ranging from ERP application enhancements to data warehousing solutions to reporting needs.
Q: What is your favorite part about working at Corterra Solutions?
My favorite part about working at Corterra Solutions is the variety of work we handle. Each day we face new challenges in implementing logic to support our clients. I enjoy the balance between the technical aspects of our solutions as well as the creativity that stems from customizing the application. The fast-paced environment along with the ever-changing nature of IT allows ample opportunity for growth. Whether it's working on different projects, being introduced to new tools, or learning unique business processes— there's never a dull day in the office!
Q: What are three words to describe Corterra Solutions?
Innovative, welcoming, engaging.
Q: How do you like to spend your time when you are not working?
Outside of work I like to spend my time catching up with friends and traveling.
Q: What are some interesting things about you that people might not know about you?
My desire to travel comes from spending a semester abroad in college. Although I studied in Ireland, I was able to explore new cities on the weekends while visiting friends throughout Europe.