Zen Planner Employee Spotlight: Colin Caughron

2018-11-13T22:07:19+00:00February 27th, 2015|Culture|0 Comments

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Hawaiian word Ohana means family, or an extended family. For us, it forms the basis of our core values and beliefs by signifying our team, bound together to create something larger than ourselves.

Ohana also represents how we choose to work together. We strive to deliver Outstanding Service, have Honor in all our interactions, Anticipate the needs of our customers and teammates, be Nimble and quick to adjust our course, and be Active in our communities and passions.Meet Colin CaughronColin is originally from Denver, CO. He recently moved back to Colorado from Boston, where he received his MBA and worked as a manny taking care of two boys.

Meet Colin Caughron

Colin is originally from Denver, CO. He recently moved back to Colorado from Boston, where he received his MBA and worked as a manny taking care of two boys.

What’s your favorite thing about ZP?

I love the people I work with. I love the atmosphere, all the awesome office dogs and the nerf darts. Hard work is easy when it is occasionally interrupted by fun.

What do you do at ZP?

I am a Market Development Representative. I build relationships with customers, set demos and grow interest in our software.

What keeps you busy when you’re not at work?

I enjoy being outside. I like to ride bikes, hangout in the park and snowboard.

What is your goal for 2015?

I want to travel to a country I have never visited. I value spending money on experiences instead of things. I also want to read more books this year.

Words to live by?

“Be who you are and say what you feel because those who mind don’t matter and those who matter don’t mind.” ~ Dr. Suess

We’re convinced that great people make a great company. There are a lot of wonderful people who work at Zen Planner. To learn more about our awesome team, check out our Zen Planner Team page.


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