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Bringing Worldly Experiences to Customer Service

Christina    Customer Service Expert     Agent for Working Solutions

At age 18, Christina traveled to India, worked in an orphanage and visited schools all over the southern part of the country with a gospel skit group. When she returned home to the U.S., she leveraged this experience in her personal and professional lives.

“India was unfamiliar, but I learned so much,” Christina said. “It was tremendously helpful in setting the stage for homeschooling and remote customer service. You need to become self-sufficient and comfortable in working alone.”

Christina has homeschooled her daughter and uses this teaching prowess in her customer-service calls. “Both activities require you to be clear in your communications and patient,” she said.


Enjoying “Best of Both Worlds”

Christina, her husband and her seven-and-a-half-year-old daughter live in Kannapolis, North Carolina, which is about 20 miles north of Charlotte. The town essentially straddles rural and suburban areas. “We enjoy the best of both worlds. Small-town charm with big-city amenities.”

Christina joined Working Solutions a little more than two years ago when she and her husband needed money to afford their new house. She has never regretted the move.

“I had worked as a nanny, then in information technology and then in graphics. And finally, I did some customer service work. By the time I started with Working Solutions, remote contact center work came quite naturally to me.”

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