Meet a CyberGRXer: Holly Spiers

by CyberGRX

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We at CyberGRX think it's important to put faces behind the names you may encounter in your interactions with us. We always strive to provide a personalized experience for our customers, and what better way to do that than give you a behind the scenes glimpse into our worlds?

Each month we sit down and chat with a team member about what makes them tick and how they landed here at CyberGRX. This month we get to know Holly Spiers, Director of Product Marketing!

What is your role here at CyberGRX?

As Director of Product Marketing, I am responsible for the messaging and positioning of our product based on what the marketplace needs. I have to stay educated on the challenges and product requirements of our customers and help our product and sales teams know how we can best help solve those issues. An average day for me involves lots of writing, strategic planning for new product and feature launches, and frequent collaboration with the product and marketing teams.

What energizes you outside of work?

I love spending time with my family, usually hiking, taking a drive or walking with the dog. I like to bake and read to recharge.

Where is your favorite place in the whole world?

Lake Tahoe. I grew up about 30 mins from that area and still smile every time I see the lake.

What was your first job?

I was a cashier at Wal-Mart. I learned a lot during that time that I still hold true today.

If you could snap your fingers and become an expert at something, what would it be?


Dog person, cat person, or neither?

Dog person

What is something you are looking forward to this year?

Traveling again!

What is a song you know all the lyrics to?

Too many to list! It's amazing that I can still recall songs from the 80s when they come on the radio.

What is your guilty pleasure?

Watching reruns of Friends or The Office.

What is one thing you are learning now, and why is it important?

I'm always working on learning mindfulness and trying to stay in the present moment. I'm a planner and having a list of things to do means I'm always looking to the next thing instead of enjoying what is right in front of me.

What do you do to turn around a bad day?

Talk a walk and listen to music that makes me smile or calms me.