What’s unique about my job at SNI is that I’ve built my position from the ground up and been able to put my personal stamp on the job. I get to work on hush-hush projects so there’s that whole Clark Kent / Superman feeling of knowing a really cool secret.
Being based in Knoxville I
work in the new LEED-certified building, which is the prettiest place
I’ve ever worked. Knoxville is my hometown, and I love living in such a
beautiful part of the country where I can afford to enjoy a comfortable
standard of living.
To be successful at SNI I feel you
need to be creative and open to new things. This is a fun place to
work, but despite the employees’ joie de vivre, we’re serious about
Scripps and what the company represents. Integrity, loyalty and high
standards are paramount.
My favorite SNI shows and talents change
every day! I have so many interests, there’s always something on one of
our networks that ties in with a project I have going on. The most fun
talent I’ve ever met was David Bromstad. He was a hoot!
The most helpful info I’ve learned from one of our shows was
from HGTV. I recently found an old chandelier at a thrift store and was
able to turn it from an ugly duckling into a beautiful swan. For $75 I
have a light fixture that would easily cost three times as much in a
One experience I’ve had with the great benefits offered at SNI was
four years ago when I had to take short-term disability during a
serious illness. I was too sick to take care of any of the details
myself, and SNI's Leaves Coordinator made it easy for me to navigate
through a difficult situation. It made my recuperation a lot easier
knowing my job was secure and there was someone I could count on to