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5Q’s with… Koral Potter
April 11, 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 Koral Potter a little better.

Say, “Hi”, to Koral!

Koral Potter

Koral Potter

Associate Director of Screenprint & Embroidery

Koral joined the team in February of 2022. Before working in her current role, Koral supported the logistics team at our warehouse and was known to jump in and help wherever she could. She now works with our production team and shares her love for animals with our furry friends at our Georgetown location. Let’s get to know Koral!

1. What are three words that best describe you?

Steadfast, Loyal, Creative

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

My days have a pretty methodical flow, which I love! I get in in the morning and get straight to work answering emails and building orders, paying close attention that every little detail is in place to make sure our clients goods come out perfectly and my coworkers have a smooth time along the way!

And then I zone into that and lose track of time for 8 hours, and get to do it all again the next day!

Koral Potter and cat smiling towards camera.

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

I’ve done everything from early childhood education to personal security, so this is a hard one! The most interesting would probably have to be when I did acquisitions for an antique store! There are so many weird, old things out there that I had no idea existed.

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

For sure my great (3x) grandmother, Gouyen. She is well known in my tribes history as one of their last free warriors, and for being in the inner circle of Geronimo. Learning my history from her would be fascinating.

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

I love checking out the huge variety of small coffee shops and used bookstores!

Bonus Question: Share something interesting about you!

I have read 1,959 books since the 3rd grade.

 

Thanks, Koral!