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May 13, 2020

Welcome Strang(e)rs

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We’re excited to welcome Cassie, Linda, and Erinn to the team here at Strang! Read on to learn a little more about the three newest Strang’rs.
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CASSIE POTTS

Cassie joined the Strang family in February as an Architectural Design Specialist. She will be assisting teams with her drafting skills that span both Architecture and Interior Design.

She graduated last year from WCTC with a dual degree in Architectural Drafting and Interior Design. After a month-long trip to South Korea to celebrate her graduation, she spent time working as a draftsman with a design-build firm.

When Cassie’s not working, she’s probably geeking out while watching or listening to a show, movie or music – all of which might be in another language.
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LINDA BALTHAZOR

Linda started at the end of March in her role as MEP and CAD Technician. She is excited to join the team in Mechanical and Plumbing systems where her expertise in residential and commercial building processes will be of great use.

Linda studied Architectural Drafting and Construction at the University of Missouri St. Louis, the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, and at Waukesha County Technical College.

Linda enjoys going on walks although sometimes gets into adventures she would not have anticipated, like the time she got pulled over for walking on Highway 16…lights and all.
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ERINN FELTES

Starting only a few weeks ago, Erinn joins us as the newest member of the marketing team, and she’ll be helping produce content and develop new opportunities for Strang.

Erinn graduated last year from UW-Madison where she studied Communications, Film, and Graphic Design. After graduation, Erinn has spent time working as a freelance video editor, an assistant to a literary agent, as well as a Video Communications assistant in publishing.

When she’s not working, she’s probably reading a good book or attempting to craft something and only sometimes succeeding.

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