Ryann Leonard just started with Zemoga this summer, but has already proven herself to be a capable marketing intern. We sat down with the college Senior to learn a few things to share in todays Meet The Z-Team:
Where do you come to us from?
I have three answers to that question: Midtown in NYC where I’m living for the summer, Westport CT where my family lives, and Elon NC where I go to college. Take your pick.
What have you found in Zemoga, that you can’t find anywhere else?
Zemoga has created an energetic, creative, and relaxed but hard working culture that is truly one-of-a-kind. The Z-Peeps have all found a perfect balance between discipline and fun, which makes Zemoga unique. Whenever I’m really concentrated looking at my computer at least once a day someone says “Ryann are you okay?” or they kick me out of the office to walk around the block and give my eyes a break from the computer screen. My parents still don’t believe me but I look forward to work everyday—I know, it’s crazy.
If you could meet anyone – dead or alive – who would it be and why?
This summer I’ve gotten into the TV show Modern Family and honestly, I’m almost embarrassed with how much I laugh during the show. So I’m going to change this question and say that I’d love to meet the cast of the show (in character of course) or meet the writers because they must be geniuses. If you haven’t seen it before—watch it, you won’t be disappointed.
If the Internet and TV didn’t exist, what would you spend most of your time doing?
I would hang out with my family; there are 6 of us, 4 girls and my parents. So it’s my Dad and 5 females (6 if you include my dog) so you can only imagine how entertaining that is.
What do you like to do for fun when you’re not in the office?
I love to walk around NYC and explore. My favorite thing is to find new restaurants—I love food.
If you were a super hero, what would your special power be?
I grew up living on Long Island Sound and have always loved the water so my special power would be the ability to breathe and see clearly under water (scuba equipment doesn’t cut it.)