Office EOM - September 2015

Office EOM - September 2015
Sep 10, 2015

Kylie Mullins

Helping others should come naturally for those in business. But often, because we’re too caught up in our own problems, it doesn’t come as easy as we’d like it to. Not so for Kylie Mullins of Western Window Systems’ accounts receivable department. Giving people the time they need just comes naturally.

“She’s always reaching out to the team to see if she can help,” says Rick Lingen, chief financial officer of Western Window Systems. “She works with other departments, she works with vendors to resolve invoicing issues -- she even covers the reception desk when needed.”

When she isn’t offering assistance to other departments or collaborating with her team, Mullins, who started with the company this July following a few months of temp work, looks for solutions to make processes easier. Recently, she created a custom report for the accounting and finance department that analyzes inventory values.

“She puts 110% into everything she does, she loves to learn, and she’s always smiling.” says Lingen. “You can depend on Kylie to get the job done.”

Congratulations to Kylie Mullins, Western Window Systems’ office employee of the month for September.

Learn more about Kylie Mullins by reading his Q&A below:

Where are you from?
Phoenix.

What song best sums you up?
“Wild One” by Faith Hill

What is your favorite sport to watch/play?
Football.

What are your hobbies?
Outdoor adventures, photography, reading.

Who do you look up to/admire?
My godmother.

Where do you most want to travel?
Ireland.

If money was no object, what would you do?
Travel.

What is your favorite family recipe?
Homemade beef stew.

What is your favorite movie?
While You Were Sleeping

What is your biggest success up until now?
Having a full time job, going to school, and continuing to get good grades.

What’s your favorite part of working at Western Window Systems?
The culture and the people.

What is one fact about you that almost no one else knows?
I traveled to Europe for three weeks after high school.