Customer Partnerships & Marketing

Marcus Sheeler

he/him
Kipsuvian since
February 2022
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What were you up to before joining Kipsu? 

Before starting at Kipsu, I was a supervisor for a team providing tax software services to financial institutions. During this time I was involved with the implementation of new clients, the continued success of current clients, and directing individual contributor career growth.

What are something you enjoy doing outside of work? 

Outside of work I really enjoy working out and watching sports, even though I will always be perpetually disappointed by the Vikings and Timberwolves. Another interest that I have outside of Kipsu is listening to and producing music.

What drew you to Kipsu in contrast to other companies? 

Kipsu operates with a high level of integrity, both towards their clients and employees, which is something that I value greatly. This was apparent during the conversations I had during the interview process and from former employees. Kipsu also operates at a very fast pace and has proven to be very flexible with the challenges that have been presented in the last few years.

What were some things you noticed about the Kipsu team during your first week?

Everyone is very friendly and is happy to get to know who I am as a professional and as a person. It could tell from my conversations too that Kipsuvians are always open making great processes even better.

What challenges are you looking forward to tackling in your work at Kipsu?

I am looking forward to being able to apply my skills and decision making abilities to help streamline the email marketing process. I am also looking forward to working with my peers and being pushed to make both myself and Kipsu better

What is your favorite Kipsu core value and why?

Serve Others. The most successful businesses are ones that are able to maintain a level of empathy for both clients and employees. By serving our clients and employees, we make ourselves better.

If you could pick any person for a chat over a shared dinner, who would you pick and why?

I would probably choose Richard Branson. Branson has created a lot of successful businesses over the years that have seemingly little to do with each other (airlines, mobile networks, etc.). I would be curious of how his thought process works and how he knew that these fields had opportunity within them.

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