Employee Spotlight: Sonja Ramsey, National Field Manager!⁣

This week, National Field Manager Sonja Ramsey stopped by our Corporate Office for training. So naturally, we sat down with her for a brief one-on-one about her journey with ProVantage. Continue reading for an inside look at the life of our coworker and friend, Sonja Ramsey.

ProV: Tell us a little bit about yourself:

SR: “I’m a small-town girl from Missouri where I was born and raised. I have two children and four grandkids. I love to travel and hang out with the family and my two dogs. I have always worked in the service industry since I was a teenager. I have been working in fixturing, merchandising, and construction since 2010 and love it very much.”

ProV: Share your journey to becoming a National Field Manager:

SR: “When I started with ProVantage, I was a New Lead Candidate. From day one, I asked questions and wanted to know what was going on with anything and everything people were doing. I was placed in Target in 2018, where I worked with two awesome PMs (Project Manager). They trained me and helped me grow within the company. Then in June 2019, I was promoted to National Field Manager.”

ProV: What advice do you have for your fellow co-workers who want to grow within the company?

SR: “For anyone who is wanting to move up in the company – ask as many questions you can. Take the extra step and help your crew members, even when it’s not a part of your assignment. Live the company’s core values. Show your PMs (Project Manager) & FMs (Field Manager) you are wanting to move up and grow not only yourself but also the company. Most importantly, always enjoy what you are doing!”

What Our Clients Are Saying

From the time they walked through the doors in the morning until the time they left for the day, they worked hard nonstop. The help they provided was essential to keep our business running during this tough time here on Long Island. Great team!!!


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