Fuzzy Math Spotlight: Ana & Rachel Schastok

Fuzzy Math is a unique team of individual talents that come together to do good work. We believe it’s the power of each of our diverse and exciting team members that sets us apart. This is the Fuzzy Math Spotlight, a series giving you an exclusive peek into the lives, pockets, and desks of Fuzzy Mathers.

Meet Ana Sainz

Role: Project Coordinator
Time at Fuzzy Math: ~1 year

Q: What’s your favorite line from a film?

A: “Happiness can be found even in the darkest times if one only remembers to turn on the light.” – Albus Dumbledore, Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban

Q: If you could switch jobs with someone, who would it be?

A: Steven Spielberg.

Q: What does your day-to-day look like?

A: I start by making a cup of tea and I jump right into email, Slack notifications, reviewing budgets, and updating timelines. Lunch and repeat.

Q: What was the last book you read?

A: Life Will Be the Death of Me by Chelsea Handler.

Q: What’s the best thing about Fuzzy Math?

A: The team’s constant eagerness to learn new things, attention to detail, and the passion that everyone puts into their work.

More from Ana Sainz

Meet Rachel Schastok

Role: Administrative Assistant
Time at Fuzzy Math: ~1 year

Q: What is your biggest achievement to date – personal or professional?

A: This summer after I graduated college, I moved to Madrid by myself not knowing anyone there. I found a full time job that I was passionate about, made friends, and built a life for myself. I stayed there for almost three years.

Q: What is the funniest thing that has happened to you recently?

A: I got into an argument with my British best friend about steamed puddings.

Q: What are two truths and a lie about you?

A: I’m a dual citizen. I’m left handed. I’ve never had a hotdog.

Q: What three words would you use to describe your role?

A: Polyvalent, adaptive, and helpful

Q: What have you learned during your first year at Fuzzy Math?

A: I guess I’ve learned more about UX than I ever thought I would, and I’ve learned what a highly collaborative and supportive workplace can look like.

More from Rachel Schastok

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