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Serif’s team is growing again. Evan Wagner will be joining us as an account executive to help with business development and client experience. Check out the Q&A below to get to know him a little better. Welcome aboard, Evan!
Q: Where are you from?
A: Canton, Ohio
Q: What is your education background?
A: Bachelor of Science in Business Economics; Currently a 3L at Capital University Law School
Q: What is your role at Serif?
A: Business Development (Sales)
Q: What makes you come alive?
A: The Cleveland Browns
Q: Why are you interested in storytelling?
A: A professor inspired me to appreciate the art of the story. The class was “Law and Literature,” and it was probably, from a life-learning perspective, the most impactful class I took during my tenure at Capital Law.
Q: What are your 5 favorite movies?
A: In no particular order: Pineapple Express; Anchorman; Afro Samaria; Pumping Iron; Trainspotting
Q: What are your 5 favorite Instagram accounts?
A: I do not currently use Instagram ☹.
Q: What’s the best advice ever given to you?
A: Never be afraid of betting on yourself.
Q: Favorite coffee shop in Columbus?
A: Boston Stoker
Q: Why did you decide to join Serif?
A: Serif offered me a package I couldn’t refuse; it included the right to take unlimited vacations and V.I.P. access to the corporate jet. Just kidding. Serif’s service sells itself, the people are great, what more could a person ask for.
Q: What’s the worst job you’ve ever had?
A: I worked for a manufacturing company back in Canton after my freshman year of college. Twelve hours of hard labor, six days a week equals not an ideal situation.
Q: Coffee, water, or tea?
A: Water. Coffee. No, water. But…secretly coffee.
Q: What is 1 weird fact that people need to know about you?
A: Generally, I am kind of a nerd, which I think catches people off-guard if they don’t know me well.
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