Spotlight On: Teena Luhadiya
Name: Teena Luhadiya
Title: Operations Excellence Manager, Client Services
Joined Mediaocean: Jan 2012
College: George Washington University, DC
What are a few of your strengths and passions? How has working at Mediaocean enabled you to flex some of these muscles?
I love working with numbers. This is probably why I have two Masters Degrees, in Mathematics and Computer Science. All the different profiles and projects I have managed at Mediaocean have fortified my zeal for data and deriving meaningful inferences. It ranges from providing Management with metrics and reports to aid decisions, to managing the deployment of a new support ticketing/CRM system, and more. I love the opportunities Mediaocean gives me every day to help me grow as a professional.
In what ways has working at Mediaocean challenged you and enabled you to grow?
The most important thing that working at Mediaocean has taught me is prioritization. We are growing quickly, and that means working on multiple projects, and continuously gauging and reassessing priorities. I see myself constantly working on my organizational and planning skills to remain a contributing team member.
What do you enjoy most about working at Mediaocean?
The team! I love how the team at Mediaocean comes together to help a person grow. They are fun, collaborative, and helpful. You can have healthy debates with people at very senior levels in the organization without feeling intimidated, and that speaks volumes about the culture and leadership.
What’s your favorite employee perk at Mediaocean?
Fresh fruits! It is so convenient to have them available every morning. I love how Mediaocean encourages us to eat healthy.
Coffee or tea?
Coffee! You can call it my real morning alarm :)
Cats or dogs?
Give 3 tips for someone looking to land a job like yours.
- Ask a lot of questions, but do your homework first.
- Never hesitate to ask for feedback, and be receptive to it.
- Learn as much as you can – it is always rewarding.
What’s your favorite TV show?
“Friends”, “The Big Bang Theory”, and “Love it or list it”.