Women’s History Month: Get to know Krystal

Flying Cork employee Krystal Clark

Ah, it’s a new day, and that means it’s time for a new post in honor of National Women’s History Month.

Today, we’ll be highlighting our Senior Manager of marketing automation and email – Krystal, who comes to us from Windber, Pennsylvania. She graduated from Duquesne University with a degree in Digital Media Arts.

Did you see Krystal’s post on our Facebook page? You didn’t? Shame on you! Fix it by clicking here.

Q: What’s the most valuable part of your day?

A: The morning

Q: How have you developed professionally since you started working with Flying Cork? 

A: This is the first agency I have worked at, and I have learned and adapted more than I thought was possible.

Q: Bagels or Donuts? 

A: Bagels, I don’t like eating sugar first thing in the morning.

Q: If Hollywood was making a movie about your life, what would the title be, and what actress would you pick to play you? 

A: The movie would be called “Hurry Up and Wait” and the actress would be Kristen Wiig.

Q: What advice would you give yourself a year ago? 

A: Don’t sweat the small stuff.

Q: One thing that no one knows about you, but you’re going to tell us anyway? 

A: I actually went to the Olympics in 1996, but as a spectator.

Q: You’re trapped in a train with 3 people for one month, who do you pick? 

A: Cats.

Q: What has been one of the best moments of your life, so far?

A: Any time I am traveling with my husband and friends.

Q: What female professional has made the most impact on your career and why? 

A: Carolina Beyers (although I think she remarried and I don’t know what her married last name is now). She worked in the Controller’s office at Duquesne University when I was a student aid in college. She was smart, ambitious, and kind. I will always be grateful for her friendship and mentorship at a time when I had nothing.