January 31, 2019Share:
At Wilkins Miller, we know that our success comes from our employees’ unique abilities and personalities. Each month, we will give you a behind-the-scenes look at a member of our team. This month, we’ll introduce you to Amanda Vaughn. We hope you’ll enjoy getting to know what makes Amanda a great addition to our team.
Q: What do you do at Wilkins Miller?
Administrative Assistant to the Tax Division and anything else that is requested to make it easy for our staff
Q: What makes you good at your job?
I have skills covering several fields with a focus in executive administrative and management. I am a highly structured and organized individual with excellent customer service skills and the ability to establish a great professional working relationships with an overall positive attitude. I am also loyal to my principals and giving my best to those in need of results.
Q: What do you like most about Wilkins Miller?
I like that they really care about their staff and making the working environment a wonderful place to be; they make you want to come to work with a smile on your face.
Q: What is your favorite band/genre of music/artist?
This all depends on my mood! I like a variety of music since it is a universal language.
Q: When not working, what do you enjoy?
I enjoy spending time with my son, Cullen and white princess Labrador, Marlyn while we are outside playing football, baseball or fishing together.
Q: What is your favorite food?
Q: What one thing would you take on a deserted island?
Pony tail holder
Q: What is your favorite quote?
“I never lose. I either win or learn.” – Nelson Mandela
Q: What is an interesting fact about you?
I love playing softball and went to the semi-finals for the World Series when I was 16 years old.
Q: What is your life goal/dream/aspiration?
My life goal changes with my age, however I hope to inspire my son to be the best he can by setting examples for him to follow. I hope he grows up to be a respectable southern gentlemen with manners and loyalty, who is humble and kind and as sharp as a tack. My goal would be to be able to provide him with a great education so he can accomplish great things for himself and our military. Most of all that, no matter what, that I am always proud of him and love him unconditionally.