Employee of the Month-May 2022: Samar Bhatti
Meet SharpNet’s May 2022 Employee of the Month: Samar Bhatti! With her keen eye for detail, incredible focus on perfection, and her in-depth knowledge of SEO and content writing, Samar is a valuable member of our SEO team. Samar has proven she is capable of taking on a high volume of work and consistently meeting deadlines. As a seasoned account manager, Samar provides exemplary service to every client she serves. When Samar isn’t hard at work at SharpNet, she teaches karate and enjoys spending quality time with friends and family. Congratulations, Samar!
Here are some other fun facts about Samar!
Before working at SharpNet, what was the most unusual or interesting job you’d ever had?
S: Before working at SharpNet, I served a year in AmeriCorps, teaching reading to K-3 students, mentoring middle school students in an aerospace club, and researching aging in place for Habitat for Humanity. I’m also a karate instructor (I started teaching karate before working at SharpNet, and still do that now as well).
How did you first learn about SharpNet?
S: One of my dad’s old co-workers had a family member who worked here and recommended that I apply.
How do you balance your career at SharpNet and your free time?
S: When I’m at SharpNet, I make sure that all of my effort is put into providing the best optimizations and recommendations possible to our clients. Outside of work, I put my effort into being there for family and friends, and pursuing my other interests.
How has SharpNet helped you in your career development?
S: Working at SharpNet has helped me to understand a variety of different types of businesses on a deeper level. It has also taught me to organize my projects, communicate more effectively, and work with team members who have different specialties than me.
If you could pick one theme for SharpNet to turn into a book about the company, what would it be?
S: The Internet Pirates: Pillaging Rankings and Digging for Buried Treasure
Any random facts you could share?
S: Orcas travel in family groups and each family has its own distinct language.
“The [Titanic] film, minus the present-day scenes and the credits, runs two hours and 40 minutes — the exact time it took for the Titanic to go down in the frigid waters off Canada’s East Coast.”
Many people don’t know the difference between a privateer and a pirate. A privateer is a government employee, while a pirate answers to no one.
Are you messy or organized?
Best vacation you’ve been on?
S: Definitely O’ahu. Everything there was so unbelievably beautiful and Pearl Harbor was absolutely fascinating. I would go back there in a heartbeat!
If you could be any force of nature, what would it be?
S: If I could be any force of nature, I would be time… assuming that counts as a force of nature. Anyway, I would be time so that I could control how quickly or slowly things happen, and when they happen in general.