Stock Plan Administrator, Insight Enterprises Inc
How long have you been a member of the NASPP?
Betsy: Seems like forever, but I think it's been just 15 years
How did you end up working on stock compensation?
Betsy: Quite by accident, actually. The stock plan administrator at my company went on maternity leave and I filled in for her during her leave - and she never came back. The rest is history.
What would you be doing if you didn't work in stock compensation?
Betsy: Something creative - own a yarn or quilt shop and teach others to knit and quilt.
What was your college or university major?
Betsy: Mechanical engineering - ha!
Name one item you couldn't do your job without:
Betsy: My laptop - I am lucky enough to work remotely (my employer is in Arizona - I am in Ohio)
What are your favorite things to do when you aren't working?
Betsy: spend time with my family
Where is your favorite place to go on vacation?
Betsy: I love the mountains - be it Colorado, Arizona, or West Virginia
What is the title of your favorite or most recently read book?
Betsy: The Shack
What's one thing your peers may be surprised to learn about you?
Betsy: I'm an introvert (on the inside)
What is your favorite NASPP resource?
Betsy: NASPP webcasts
How many NASPP conferences have you attended?
Betsy: 4, plus I intend to be in DC this year
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How has being a member of the NASPP helped you?
Betsy: It's a great resource for helping us to stay compliant given all the regulations governing the equity comp arena today