Proggio’s Employee Spotlight: Stephen

Let’s get to know one of our Proggio peeps and super cool SDR – Stephen McKay Clark.

A little bit about Stephen:
I grew up in this small town called Amelia, just 20 minutes east of Cincinnati, Ohio. I grew up in a family heavily focused on sports and scouting. My main focus was basketball and music. I have always loved to sing and write lyrics and I played saxophone in the school band starting in sixth grade. As I have grown older I have recorded over 30 + songs in professional studios and I am currently working on my second studio album. I went to Portland Community College in Oregon and studied communications and also studied marriage and family counseling at BYU Pathways Online. I recently got married to my beautiful wife Danielle.

Work stuff

1. What do you love most about your role at Proggio?
I am on the best team ever. I feel more empowered, mentored and supported than I have ever felt on any previous team. I love that my role gets the ball rolling and acts as a catalyst for initiating the beginning of the sales funnel and the building of our business to business relationships.

2. What advice do you have for someone also interested in that type of position?
Stay curious and turn work into a game to maximize fun and success. Also when you have good leaders and mentors (and are willing to learn and change) then success is inevitable.

3. What’s your biggest accomplishment so far at Proggio?
My biggest accomplishment so far is meeting and connecting with the PM of Mountain America.

Fun Stuff

4. What was your favorite toy as a kid?
A basketball…

5. What’s the weirdest thing you’ve ever eaten?
Cow Skin soup and pig blood in the Philippines.

6. What’s at the top of your bucket list?
To travel to Ban Gioc–Detian Falls – Vietnam.

7. One piece of advice you’d give your younger self?
Take your hobbies very seriously and practice, practice, practice.

8. At which store would you like to max-out your credit card?
Guitar Center

9. If you could quickly and easily learn any new skill, what would it be?
It would be a dream to master every instrument.

10. No phone access for a year or no car access.
No phone access, of course.

11. If you could have an unlimited supply of one thing, what would it be?
Money gives you options to bless your family and everyone in your circle of influence.

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There you have it! We hope you enjoyed learning more about the people who power Proggio and have helped get us to where we are today: the adaptive project portfolio management platform. If you’re interested in learning more about what we do, drop us a note.