Meet Stef….

6. March, 2014

I have been working at Temporary Housing Directory as a relocation consultant for the last 5 ½ years and also for the OP team for the past few years working directly with Farmers Insurance. Before coming to THD, I worked as an adjuster at Allstate Insurance for 6 years in the Northern California office. THD was one of my favorite vendors to work with while I was an adjuster. After I moved to Vegas I found out that THD had an opening. Being an adjuster definitely helped out with this job because I was able to understand how both aspects of the claim work. I have enjoyed getting to know all the fabulous ladies I work with and also being able to help our customers in their time of need.

When I am not working, I enjoy going to sporting events, fishing and running along the Greenbelt in Boise. The one thing I miss about living in California is going to all the different sporting events. When I lived in Sacramento, I would often go to Oakland Coliseum to see the Oakland A’s play baseball and even saw my idol Peyton Manning play against the Raiders there when he still played for the Indianapolis Colts . My favorite sporting event by far was when I went to North Carolina to see a Duke Blue Devils basketball game. I have been a Duke fan for about 20 years. I had to buy an extra suitcase to come home on that trip because I pretty much bought everything the student store had to offer. The walls of my office are covered with Duke memorabilia from that trip. My dream is to go to a Duke/ UNC game and sit in the student section with the “ Cameron Crazies”. My other great passion besides sport is writing. I have a degree in English with an emphasis in technical writing. I mostly write poems and short stories, but most recently have gotten into songwriting. Someday I hope to be a published author.

2014 is going to be an exciting year for me since I am getting married in August. Chris and I have been together for almost 2 years and got engaged in September. We are getting married on a rooftop in downtown Boise, which will be very interesting because I am afraid of heights!