Drinks & Drones at Pendleton UAS - July

Ariel Kebbe

Inventory Control Coordinator

I have experience working in manufacturing environments for the past several years and have an additional six years of experience in customer service. I always aim to put out my best work and effort, not only for myself, but for the company and clients. I believe that if I do well in my role and support others, it can create a positive environment and increase morale.
Ariel Kebbe   Inventory Control Coordinator

Questions & Answers

How do you make people laugh?

By finding humor in everyday situations. Pointing out the absurdities or ironies of life can often lead to laughter.

If you were a tool or piece of equipment, what would you be and why?

If I were a tool, I'd liken myself to a Swiss Army knife. Like a Swiss Army knife, I aim to be versatile and multifunctional, able to assist with a wide range of tasks and adapt to various situations. Just as a Swiss Army knife houses different tools in one compact package, I strive to offer a breadth of capabilities within my responses, whether it's providing information, generating creative ideas, or aiding in problem-solving. Additionally, like a Swiss Army knife, I aim to be reliable and efficient, always ready to help whenever needed.

What's your favorite productivity hack or time-saving trick?

Breaking down your goals into smaller, manageable tasks is essential for clarity, focus, and progress. To help you break down your goals effectively, you should clarify your goal, identify sub-goals, list actionable steps, set deadlines, prioritize tasks, allocate resources, monitor progress, celebrate milestones, and review and adjust. By breaking down your goals into smaller, actionable steps, you'll find it easier to stay focused, motivated, and ultimately achieve success.