At Katana, even though data defines our work, our people define our culture.
Katana’s Product Manager, Lindsey Frank, has five years of experience in project management and leadership spanning the public relations, digital marketing and advertising industries. After earning her bachelor’s degree in journalism with an emphasis in public relations, Lindsey launched her career at a full service digital marketing agency in San Diego, working with several high-touch enterprise level clients, including Bumble Bee Foods and WD-40. Outside of the office, Lindsey is a mom to three children and co-owns Home and Away (a popular sports bar and grill located in Old Town) with her husband.
In this installment of our interview series, get to know Lindsey Frank.
What’s your position and role at Katana? Production Manager
What are two interesting facts about you?
- I have 3 children
- I enjoy a square of dark chocolate daily
- Running outdoors brings me peace
One thing you couldn’t live without? My family’s love and support
How do you define success? Success is finding balance in all of the important areas in your life and having a positive impact on those you cross paths with.
What are your most overused words/phrases?
At home: “Listen”
At work: “Next Steps”
What has been the most important innovation you have witnessed in your lifetime? The evolution of a smart phone
If you had to go up against Katana’s CEO Melissa Lopez in the World Karaoke Championship, what song would you sing? Probably a classic Madonna song
If you could have dinner with anyone dead or alive, who would it be and why? J.K. Rowling would be so neat to have a conversation with. Her self-made success that came from pure imagination and writing skills is so fascinating, all while being a single mother. Writing a book is on my bucket list!