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Meet the team: 5 minutes with Zoe Warren

Meet the people behind Cendyn

Name: Zoe Warren

Title: Sales Development Representative

Describe your role: I focus on outreach, prospecting and lead qualification. I try to connect with as many people as possible and determine if they are a qualified lead.

Where are you located? Boca Raton

Tell us an unknown fact about where you are based: The name Boca Raton is often misinterpreted as “mouth of a rat,” however, using common nautical terms for translation, “Boca” meaning inlet, and “Raton” meaning jagged rocks. The name makes a whole lot more sense.

What attracted you to Cendyn? The fact that the company is so international was very enticing. We have offices all over the world and once I interviewed for the job, I saw how great the culture was, I couldn’t wait to be a part of this amazing team.

Zoe Warren

How do your strengths play into the work you do? I was an International Business major, worked in an IT department at my university, and had just received my real estate license. When I started to understand exactly what Cendyn was, it was everything I had ever done put into one job. I am able to use my understanding of technology to sell an amazing system that I truly believe in, to people all over the world.

What do you like most about working at Cendyn? I love being excited to go to work in the morning. Last week, I was at work at 5 am for an online meeting with a lead in Mauritius, an Island off the east coast of Africa with a sales manager based in the U.K. Being able to communicate with different cultures is probably my favorite part.

Favorite Cendyn moment: In October, the Rainmaker Sales Development Representatives came down to Boca and we met all week to learn about their products and were able to get to know our coworkers based in Georgia. It was a week of work, but we had fun doing it.

Define hospitality in your own words: Making people feel at home in a place where they are vacationing or traveling on business.

What do you like to do for fun? Scuba diving.

Parting words of wisdom: When the roots are deep, there is no reason to fear the wind.

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