Meet Updater: Sandra Hamer, Customer Experience Associate
Meet Sandra Hamer, the Chicago native with a soft spot for deep dish pizza, and the newest addition to our Customer Experience Team! With five moves under her belt, including a couple cross-country treks, Sandra knows the ins and outs of relocating.
Where did you grow up?
I was born and raised in Chicago, and spent a few years in Los Angeles before coming to New York.
How many times have you moved?
Do you have a moving horror story?
My first driving experience in Los Angeles after getting my license was driving a U-Haul and hoping I’d make it to my destination.
What are 2 personal tidbits about you?
I’m a foodie – I love food.
I’m a vegetarian!
What’s your favorite thing about working at Updater?
Updater fosters such a culture of kindness. Everyone makes it their duty to make sure you feel welcome and at home.
What’s your go-to afternoon sugar rush?
I love a PB & J Smoothie (Blueberries, Bananas, Strawberries, Almond Milk, Peanut Butter).
What’s the most interesting thing you have on your desk at the moment?
Happy Birthday lights. Yes, they’re a thing.
What’s your favorite place you‘ve traveled?
What three words describe you best?
Optimistic, analytical, and hungry.
You’re throwing a dinner party and can invite anyone you want (dead or alive), but you can only invite five people. Who gets a seat at your table and what do you cook?
I would invite Oprah, Dan Barber, Will Smith, Maya Angelou, and my Mom for some homemade tomato bisque and grilled three-cheese sandwiches.
If you were a food, what food would you be? Why?
Matcha green tea ice cream. It has a subtle yet distinguished flavor.
Lunch is on us! What’s your dream sandwich?
It would have to be an avocado, tempura-fried tofu sandwich, with buffalo sauce, red onions, chopped celery, julienne carrots, spinach, and my homemade blue cheese dressing.
Dawn is a Content Marketing Intern at Updater. When she isn’t writing, researching, or creating content, you can find her cooking dinner with friends, exploring new neighborhoods, or plotting her next adventure.