Just so you know, I don’t represent Nu Skin in any official capacity. I am just one of their many overly enthusiastic employees who enjoys working at Nu Skin. I have the chance to photograph the company events and I am one of their social media ambassadors, we are encouraged to share our experiences at Nu Skin on social media, which I do. And I like to blog some of the many photos I create for the company.
A few weeks ago was International Women’s Day. Nu Skin held a meetup during the lunch hour and five women shared their experience of working at Nu Skin. So of it including balancing home life and work. Others shared their meteoric rise in the company to levels of director or Vice President. Apparently there is a chance for upward mobility at Nu Skin.
Several of the presenters were my manager or the boss of my manager, which is always cool. So making my bosses look good on camera is very important.
And I would have blogged about this earlier but I have been swamped with projects both at work and with photography. However, isn’t every day a Women’s day? Women make a huge contribution in the workforce and with their families at home. They are superstars.