Do you use the phrase “dream come true” when describing your work?
That is exactly how business owner Michelle Mailloux reflects on her involvement with TapSnap. She sees being part of TapSnap as an exit strategy from the large corporate world, which she is far too familiar with.
With an extensive background in software project management for a medical testing equipment corporation and previous experience in software engineering, Mailloux has been amid the corporate atmosphere for most of her career.
Her aspirations of owning a business drew her to T
apSnap. Currently seeking to expand her TapSnap efforts, she is thrilled to be part of an organization on the rise that offers a ton of options for potential growth.
“It was important to find a company where I am able to align my skills while being part of a fun business model,” said Mailloux. “Because of my background, I am particularly appreciative of the development efforts that have brought TapSnap to where it is now. I am excited to be part of future advancements.”
Mailloux has been heavily involved in her community, spanning from weddings to area chamber of commerce events. She’s had a lot of success in the wedding realm and is working to engage with corporate clients in the Rockingham County, New Hampshire and Essex County, Massachusetts areas.
Looking ahead looks bright for Mailloux as she has gained valuable connections through her membership with multiple chambers of commerce and community happenings.
If she can find time in her busy schedule, she uses it for her other great passion, sewing and quilting.