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Team Member Spotlight: Mitchell Kellerman

Last Updated on November 6, 2020

Buckle up, we are interviewing our New Business Development sales leader, Mitch, with lightning round questions! Our questions range from “getting to know you” basics to weird and wild “either-or” scenarios.  Take a look at what Mitch is all about.

What’s your role at USDP?

New Business Development

What’s your background? 

Account Management/New Business Development with Digital Marketing. 

Why did you want to work with USDP?  

I always considered USDP to be a wonderful place to work based on their own digital marketing efforts. USDP seemed to be forward-thinking industry leaders (proactive rather than reactive). 

What are your interests/activities outside of work?  

Outdoor activities (hiking, canoeing, frisbee golf, etc.), physical fitness, time with friends/family, and video games. 

What did you want to be when you grew up?

A Marine Biologist (I am a bit off from that).

What’s your work philosophy?

  1. Transparency; customer relationships are crucial. 
  2. Do what you say you will do. 

What are you known for at work? What’s your MO?

Humor and talking. I love to get to know people on a personal level, and I feel that it helps build better working relationships.

What do you bring to the room when you’re with the team?

Determination and dad jokes.   

What would your autobiography be called? 

“Where Are My Keys? A Mitchell Kellerman Story.” 

Other than the essentials needed for survival (food, clothing, shelter), what could you not go a day without? 

Human interaction.

What is something you believe that almost nobody agrees with you on? 

Friends was not a good show. 

Would you rather fight one horse-sized duck or a hundred duck-sized horses? Why? 

I would rather fight 100 duck-sized horses. There would be less you have to worry about because they couldn’t fly up into your face, and you would just have to protect your shins.

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By: Kayla Brighter

Kayla is an Interactive Designer at USDP.
She owns the most desk plants of anyone in the office.