Employee Spotlight: Carl Resnik

Posted May 27, 2016by Alicia Lazzaro

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Each week, Continuum spotlights an employee who has gone above and beyond. The spotlight is more than just recognition of the hard work being done at Continuum, but a look into the person behind that work. We find out what our employees do for fun, what their favorite movies are, what their passions are and much more. We also ask them about their experiences working at Continuum and what they like most about their job. Check back each week to find out who made the Employee Spotlight.

This week, Carl Resnik is being featured!

Carl is the Sr. Director, Product Management working in our Boston office and has been with the company for 7 months.

Let's get to know Carl a little better...

 

Carl at Continuum

How did you hear about Continuum in the first place? "From a friend who worked here."

What is your favorite thing about working for Continuum? "The exuberant atmosphere in taking on the big opportunities and big challenges we have here!"

What is your best memory as a Continuum employee? "I’m not sure I have a best memory but I’ve really enjoyed my time here so far!"

What is one skill that you have acquired since starting at Continuum? "Is Zoom a skill?" 

Do you have any fun/funny stories that involve any of your co-workers? "Michael and Mark and the ventriloquist at the sales kickoff…it was hilarious! Even if it’s not really my story."

What do you look for in a good company? "Great people, a good culture, growth, and the opportunity to take ownership and make a difference."

Would you recommend applying at Continuum to a friend? "Yes!"

 

More about Carl

What is an interesting fact about yourself? "Back in the day I spent a month touring Europe on a EurRail pass. I traveled as far north as Sweden and as far south as Italy hitting many places in between. One of the things I tried to do on the trip was see a lot of great art from Michaelangelo’s David to Robert Rauschenberg’s goat."

What is your favorite movie? "There are too many great films for a favorite (I know it’s a cop-out)."

What is your favorite TV show? "Mostly I watch sports but Daredevil is my current favorite. Especially since I was a Marvel comics kid."

What do you like to do for fun? "Be active outdoors…I hike, bike, run, ski, and play soccer."

What is your hidden talent? "I’m a pretty good cook. It is something I like to do on weekends."

Do you have any pets? What are their names? "We have a yellow lab, Tansy. She’s a great dog!" 

What is your favorite animal? "Not sure I really have a favorite animal."

What kind of music do you like to listen to? "Mostly rock or alternative rock but I also listen to rap, funk, soul, jazz and blues." 

Do you play any instruments? "I played trumpet for 3 weeks in the third grade. Does that count?"

Do you follow/play any sports? If so, which teams/sports? "I follow a lot of sports and play one these days. I follow hockey (Philadelphia Flyers), soccer (including the English Premier League (Chelsea), MLS (NE Revolution), a bit of La Liga (Barca), and a host of international soccer competitions), baseball (Sox), football (Pats and Eagles), and some World Cup skiing. I play soccer in the Over the Hill league!"

If you could travel anywhere on earth to vacation, where would you go? "I want to ski the Haute Route in the Alps."

What is your go-to karaoke song? "Singing and me are not a great combination. I like it but no one else does!"

If you could have any super power, what would it be and why? "Be immortal…who wouldn’t want to live forever?"

 

Be sure to check back on our Company News Blog for upcoming Employee Spotlights!

 

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Alicia Lazzaro graduated from Emerson College with an individually designed major incorporating the fields of marketing, publishing and journalism. In her spare time, she enjoys exploring Boston, binge-watching Netflix and cooking.


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