Woman of the Week – Leah Senecal

Julie  -  Aug 01, 2016  -  No Comments

Leah SenecalHere at Executive Elements, we like to feature fantastic women we think you should know. Some of these women are clients, some are friends, some are women we’ve only just met. But they all have this in common: they are dynamic, interesting women who have agreed to share with us their insights and secrets to success.

My Name:
Leah Senecal

My Current Job/Company:
Director of Guest Happiness at sparkspace

My Birthday:
September 4th, 1980

My Work:
I’m ever so lucky to work with amazing clients and co-workers at sparkspace. The best place ever to have a team meeting that inspires, engages, and facilitates creativity. I help create an inviting environment, problem solve, engage, and connect with all of our clients. I also write a blog called “How to have the Best Meeting Ever”.

My Passion:
Family, music, and helping others.

My Family:
My husband Nick – handsome, supportive and the best daddy ever.
My 5 yr old daughter Hayden – smart, kind-hearted and creative.
My 18-month old daughter Raegan – smart, determined and loving.

My Heroes:
My grandparents. Married for over 60 years and they still hold hands.

My Escape:
I love being around mountains and hiking. If I’m not in the mountains, a long walk will suffice.

My Pet Peeve:
Lack of respect and littering

My Indulgence:
Red wine, unless it’s patio weather than a New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc.

My Roots:
Small Town USA. Close family, and my 4 best friends I’ve had since kindergarten.

My Future:
Happy, healthy and grateful.

My Favorite Quote:
“The only thing that will make you happy is being happy with who you are, and not who people think you are.” –Goldie Hawn

My Accessory:
Definitely a scarf girl. Sunglasses and a smile.

My Advice to Young Women:
Be authentic. Find happiness. And when you make choices for yourself and not for others, happiness and authenticity are effortless.

How I balance it all:
Ask for help. I’m fortunate enough to have a very strong and abundant support system both personally and professionally. Sometimes the only way to keep balance is to ask for help.

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