High10 Welcomes New Team Members!
In the last month, two new colleagues have joined High10’s New York City office. Lauren Seewald has come on board as an Executive Assistant, and Paul Chronister joins as a Senior Account Executive from Kite Hill PR. We chatted with both Lauren and Paul to find out what they love about their job and this industry. We also talked all things NYC and found out about some of their favorite things to do in the city.
What do you love most about your job?
Paul: I love to tell stories, and I also love to promote the things I’m passionate about. I found PR to be an avenue where I can do both. I can help clients tell their unique stories and promote the work they’re doing to illustrate how they’re impacting the world around them.
Lauren: Growing up I always wanted a career that aligned directly with my personality and my passions. I’m a huge people person, and I love to write and communicate. I wanted to make sure that when I entered the working world I would be in a field that enabled me to do both of those things. I love that when following this career path, every day is different and you never know what to expect.
Tell us About NYC! Any favorite spots?
Paul: I love catching live shows of my favorite bands in the park, hitting up Smalls Jazz club in The Village, getting lost amongst the stacks at The Strand Bookstore, seeing the latest exhibit at The Met and just simply walking the streets of NYC, because there’s always something new to explore wherever you go.
Lauren: There are so many things I love about NYC. I love how everyone who lives here is so diverse, and I also love the whole aspect that there is always something to do. That would definitely be my favorite part. Whether you want to go to a concert, go to Central Park, see a Broadway show, enjoy delicious pizza, there genuinely is something for everyone every day of the week. It really is the greatest city in the world, and I’m so happy that I was able to have the opportunity to move here.
Welcome Paul and Lauren! We’re happy to have you on board.