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5 Questions with… Kathy Beasley
February 6, 2024

Since the very beginning, Tactive has believed that quality, can-do, above & beyond service is the reason our clients choose us over our competitors. And our employees are the best at making sure our clients print & promo projects are top-notch. In this employee spotlight, we take some time to get to know Kathy Beasley a little better.

Say, “Hi”, to Kathy!

Kathy Beasley

Kathy Beasley

Director of Assembly & Fulfillment

As the Director of Assembly & Fulfillment, Kathy plays a crucial role in bringing our client’s projects to (real) life. Kathy has been a major asset to Tactive since April of 2017. Let’s get to know Kathy!

1. What are three words that best describe you?

Loyal, Assertive, Determined

2. What does a typical day at Tactive look like for you?

First thing in the morning I start checking to see what is available for production. If I have the print, product, and a sample, I will start pulling it together for assembly. I pull the shipping labels and we are ready to put the kits together. Once the crew is busy, I start looking to see what will be available next.

3. Before working at Tactive, what was the most unusual or interesting job you’ve ever had?

I’ve never really had an unusual or particularly interesting job before this one. My favorite job was working as a cashier at a drugstore. It was fun to get to know the regular customers and anticipate their orders.

4. If you could interview one person (dead or alive) who would it be?

Oskar Schindler, the real life hero that’s the subject of the film “Schnidler’s List.” The courage it took to save as many lives as he did is unbelievable.

5. What is your favorite thing to do in Indy?

Outdoor concerts – I would go to the White River everyday if I could.

Bonus Question: Share something interesting about you!

I was definitely more interesting 20 years ago. I love to watch the hummingbirds and continue to add flowers and feeders every year to attract them.

 

Thanks, Kathy!