Picture of the Week: Gaelic Anyone?


Here at Projectline, we’ve recently started a project to capture all the places we work and bring together our team around the world. Every weekday morning at 10:42 am, our team is invited to send in a picture of where they are, what they’re doing, or who they’re with. Each Monday, we’ll choose our favorite picture of the previous week and share its story here.

10:42 March 28th, 2012 – Ray Street - National University of Ireland, Galway.

Our Sr. Consultant Ray Street is on a video shoot in Ireland. Any Irish Gaelic experts or graduates of the JE Cairnes School of Business & Economics out there? We have a global mindset too!

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About Anika Lehde

Before joining Projectline as a principal, Anika Lehde worked in marketing in the technology sector for 10 years and has developed relationships with notable corporations such as Microsoft, BP, Merck, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Hewlett-Packard, and Palm Computing. After graduating Summa Cum Laude from Seattle University, Anika worked in several senior marketing manager and consultant roles for Microsoft where she was responsible for managing the creation of customer evidence for various industries and events. She also consulted for Boeing where she led database design and content development projects, including managing the production of multiple database-driven Web sites and CDs as the Senior Media Project Manager. Anika has considerable experience successfully engaging hundreds of customers and technology partners in marketing activities and managing large-scale customer evidence programs across the enterprise. It’s not all work: In her spare time Anika obsesses over Dolly Parton, brews beer in her guest bathroom, and reads entirely too much about queenship in sixth century England. She’s also been to every continent except Antarctica, (but has yet to make it to Chicago) and shows her commitment to compassion by living vegan since she was 19. Connect with Anika: Twitter

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