As our Spotlight series continues, hear from another remarkable Teneo employee.
Introducing Gina Fedeli, our Chief Operating Officer who joined Teneo in January. Find out more about Gina and why she chose Teneo.
Which city/county do you live in or near?
What one thing outside work do you enjoy doing most?
Outdoor activities is how I like to spend my personal time. I enjoy activities such as hiking, kayaking and going to the beach. My favorite outdoor activity is spending time with my two rescue pups.
What one thing can’t you live without and why?
Travel is my passion. I truly enjoy the opportunity to explore other cities and countries. I appreciate learning about differing cultures while exploring beautiful natural wonders.
Why did you choose to join Teneo?
What really caught my attention is the opportunity to participate in supporting the purpose to improve the lives of over a million children across the world. It is rewarding to take our daily efforts and realize a benefit much greater than simply exceeding business goals.
What three words best describe the culture at Teneo?
Exciting, informative and rewarding.
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