Employee Spotlight: Candace Reeder

Welcome to Guidebook’s Employee Spotlights, where you’ll meet the awesome team members who work behind the scenes to make it possible for us to provide Guidebook apps for events, conferences, campuses, and more. 

Today’s spotlight features Candace Reeder, a Customer Success Associate. Candace previously worked at UNC Wilmington (where she was a Guidebook user) and now works in our Raleigh office!

How long have you worked at Guidebook?

I have worked at Guidebook since June 2018, so a little over a year. It’s crazy how time flies!

What is your favorite Guidebook memory?

Of course I have a lot that come to mind, but I think I’ll go with my on-site interview. It’s a fun memory because it was the beginning of summer, I was not familiar with Raleigh at the time, and I obviously dressed up professionally for my interview. For the everyday – Guidebook attire is casual – so I showed up to this office that has wooden floors in clompy heels, sweating, and out of breath because parking was hard to find. From the second I walked in, everyone was SO nice and accommodating that all my nerves melted away – and I tried to walk as quietly as possible, haha!

What is something people might be surprised to learn about you?

I have 3 sisters and I went to an all-girls school in Maryland from sixth grade through high school graduation!

You’re known around the office for your passion for television. What are some of your favorite shows?

That is such a hard question for me! I have a degree in Film Studies – and I have shows that I like in about every genre BUT I have to admit something to you all – my bread and butter is reality television. Something about the manufactured drama! I’ve seen every episode of Catfish more than I’d like to admit…

Finally, you can only have three mobile apps on your phone (besides Guidebook, of course). What three apps would you choose?

  1. TV Show Tracker
  2. Chipotle
  3. Spotify

Thanks, Candace!

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