Get to Know Team Ditto: Hannah Noyes
Read more about Hannah Noyes. Hannah has been working for Ditto for the past few months as a Public Relations Assistant.
Getting To Know You
Where are you from?
Washington, D.C. until I was 12 and then Johnstown, PA until high school.
Can you tell me a little about your background?
I went to UPenn, decided I was going to be a classical studies major, ended up adding a political science major as well. Post-graduation I didn’t know what I wanted to do and there were a ton of open jobs so I moved to DC. I worked on Capitol Hill for a year and decided I wasn’t into politics..and here I am!
Who is your spirit animal and why?
Gwyneth Paltrow, 10000% She’s everything I aspire to be.
What would your ideal Sunday entail?
Waking up early + grabbing a latte, reading a book or three (trying to read a hundred in 2019!)
If you could have dinner with three people – dead or alive – who would you choose?
Bill Murray, Gwyneth Paltrow and Ben Franklin.
What’s your favorite curse word?
FUCK. it can be used as a verb, adjective, noun…
How did you arrive in NYC/SF?
With two suitcases and a very large air mattress.
Last song you listened to on your phone?
If it was on my phone, it was probably a podcast. Either Casefile True Crime or True Crime Garage.
If I wasn’t in PR, I’d be…
I interned at the anthropology museum at school… probably be working in a museum as a curator?
About your work at Ditto
How did you end up at Ditto? And why did you decide to work here?
From day one, everyone has been more than helpful in explaining things to me/teaching me what they do/making me feel welcome.
How would you describe working at Ditto?
A complete 180 of anything i’d done before.
What makes Ditto different than your past jobs?
Everyone is genuinely helping each other to succeed. There’s no real divide between those who have more experience.
Bigger thoughts on life and career
What makes for a positive work environment?
The people you work with.
Talk about the challenge of balancing priorities like results and outputs with less tangible work like creative thinking.
I think one of the first times I spoke to Trey he touched on this- being able to leave work and not be constantly checking your email…once you leave the office you’re pretty much having personal time.
In your opinion, what are the characteristics of a good boss?
Communication/ being on the same page.