Annie McCane, Marketing Coordinator
Annie joined the Pest Control Insulation team in 2017. She previously served as the Graphic Designer and Social Media Administrator for a local start-up. Annie holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in in Graphic Communications from Minnesota State University Moorhead. She is a digital marketing genius with an amazing eye for detail. She is valuable in supporting and promoting the Pest Control Insulation brand helping it to become a household name.
Annie enjoys managing and coding websites the most, but also loves being artistic. Her motivation comes from a desire to be proud of the work she designs. She loves soccer and the outdoors frequently hiking, kayaking and camping. Her favorite genre of literature to read is comic books. Annie and her husband, Chris, reside in Cleveland, GA with their three dogs.
We recently sat down with Annie to ask her a few questions:
How many years have you been with PCI?
I’ve been with PCI for a little over a year now.
What do you love about your job?
I love the environment of the office. Yeah, we work together, but we also know how to have a little bit (or a lot) of fun!
Who is your role model?
My mom is my role model. She’s strong, accomplished, loving, and puts others first. She also has a way with words, and can be pretty funny sometimes. I’ve noticed that, as I’ve gotten older, I’ve unintentionally picked up some of her weird quirks, such as hiding Girl Scout cookies in the back of the freezer and having to reheat the same cup of tea 4 times before finishing it.
Favorite Movie or TV Show.
My favorite TV show will always be Parks and Rec. I love Amy Poehler, and I’ve probably seen the series all the way through about 5 times now. My favorite movie is Cool Runnings. I don’t know how many times I’ve seen it, but I know every line by heart and regularly insert some of my favorites into day-to-day conversations.
“It is our choices, Harry, that show what we truly are, far more than our abilities.” – Albus Dumbledore
A Unique fact about yourself.
The heaviest thing that I moved out of my last (3rd floor) apartment was the box containing my comic book collection.