“Have courage and be kind.” I think this simple statement sums up what we should all strive for. To have courage to be yourself and pursue your dreams, and always be kind to those around you.
Meet Jaiden Johnson, FrogSlayer’s Office Assistant from Gatesville, TX. After visiting the Texas A&M University campus in high school, Jaiden fell in love and chose to pursue her bachelor degree in Biomedical Science, with minors in Business and Psychology. With one year left before she graduates from TAMU, she decided to apply at FrogSlayer and joined our team in May of 2018.
What does a typical day look like for you? What are your daily routines?
I’m still a student so I have classes in the morning, followed by work in the afternoons. My day-to-day at work varies, it really depends on who needs me to do what – I’m here to support those around me. After work, I go home to have dinner, and relax with some TV.
What are your hobbies?
I volunteer with an organization called Camp Kesem, which supports children whose parents have cancer. I like to hammock, watch Netflix, and listen to music. I’m currently trying to teach myself Spanish. I’d like to learn embroidery and piano in the future.
What’s your favorite part of being the office assistant for FrogSlayer?
My favorite part of being the Office Assistant at FrogSlayer is that I get to help and interact with everyone in the office. By carrying out my own responsibilities efficiently, I’m helping support everyone else.
Where do you see the world of technology in 10 years?
Technology is already incredible today, it’s hard for me to even wrap my mind around what it will be like in the future. Hopefully we find even more ways to aid and cure complications.
Being new to the team can be tough for some, but Jaiden hit the ground running on her very first day and she consistently goes above and beyond each day. When asked what her favorite thing was about working at FrogSlayer, Jaiden said, “My favorite thing about working here is how much our leaders believe in their team. They believe in our abilities and trust us to do the right thing and make the right decisions.”