Every morning, Megan Salisbury comes into Clio’s headquarters and brings her own brand of talent, skill, and charisma to #TeamClio. As a member of the Training Team, Meg knows Clio and Clio’s customers in a way that few others can. So let’s take a little visit to Meg’s neighborhood and discover what makes her tick.
If you’re looking to learn about Clio, Meg is a sure bet on that front. No doubt, she has plenty of insights to share about the product, the team, and the people that work with and at Clio. Those happen to be a few of her favorite things about working at Clio.
As part of the Training Team, Meg helps provide support materials to Clio customers, helping to find the answers they are looking for by hosting webinars and offering one-on-one training with law firms on any topic they’re curious about. She finds the work interesting and engaging, and she loves that no two days ever look alike.
“There isn’t a typical day here, but that’s fitting since the employees and the corporate culture here at Clio are anything but typical,” Meg says. “And I love that they really care for us here, and give us the freedom to explore new ideas that can contribute to the product and the company.”
Meg hails from Boston. Her New England charm and her connections all across the United States help Meg to connect with many of Clio’s US-based customers. Plus, she’s wicked smart! Lucky for us, she’s brought all of that with her to Vancouver and fits in quite well with the city’s natural setting.
“I really enjoy the outdoor activities I picked up in New England and carried those with me here to the Pacific Northwest, like cycling and hiking,” Meg adds. “I also have a cabin in the Finger Lakes in New York, which is one of my favorite places in the world.”
We’re certain she’d spend a #Clioday there. That is, if she’s not trying to take over the world. Just kidding… Or are we? She’s got the brains to do it. We’re sure Pinky would agree.
Meg typifies the work-hard, play-hard culture at Clio. She sees this as the opportunity of a lifetime. Not just from an employment perspective, where you can be part of an amazing company culture, but also from a customer perspective—having a product available at the tips of your fingers that can afford you peace of mind and time to spend doing what you love. For Meg, that’s priceless.