We’re excited to introduce you to the newest member of the Colon Cancer Alliance team – Christian White,
Junior Salesforce Administrator Intern. Prior to arriving, Christian interned at Asurion, and in his spare time, enjoys hanging out with friends and family, and expanding his shoe collection. Please join us in welcoming Christian to the family!
What excites you most about joining the Colon Cancer Alliance?
What excites me the most is becoming involved with the impact this organization is making around the country, and soon, the world.
What are you most looking forward to taking on in your new role?
I am looking forward to taking on the challenge of learning the ins and outs of Salesforce.com, assisting with the administrating of our org; and working towards gaining my Salesforce certification along with the hands on experience while working alongside an amazing team.
What has surprised you most about living and working in D.C.?
I did not move here to take this job, but this is my first time working in D.C. The most surprising thing about working here is keeping up with the pace. I didn’t expect everything to move so fast! Even though this is a city, I have lived here my whole life and never realized how fast paced everything is until I started working.
If you were in an airport and had an hour to kill and $20 in your pocket, what would you spend it on?
I would spend the $20 on food. Eating will make sure I am not hungry on the flight, and also the best food places are in the airports.
If you had a choice between having lunch delivered to work every day versus having a car service pick you up and drop you off every day, which would you choose?
I would choose having lunch delivered over the car service. I hate finding food to bring to lunch and buying food can become costly, so having lunch delivered everyday would be great.
What's one fun fact about yourself that some people may not know?
I own over 200 pairs of shoes!