As one of TargetSolutions’ newest employees, account manager Julie Blosch has embraced her new position serving as an account manager for the Southeast region. After wearing multiple hats in her previous role, Julie landed at TargetSolutions in November of 2015 following a tip from fellow employee Debbie Pringle, and is now ready for the new challenges that await.

“The best part of my job so far has been meeting so many site administrators and starting to build those relationships,” said Julie. “It’s rewarding to get to work with so many brave men and women serving in public safety, so I only hope to make their jobs easier!”

A 2013 graduate of California State University San Marcos, Julie spends her free time enjoying sunny San Diego with a combination of hiking, camping, and photography.

Here is a recent Q-and-A to learn more about Julie:

What do you like to do in your spare time?
I have been focusing on planning more vacations to destinations that I haven’t been to before and that are not big, touristy areas. My love of camping only widens those opportunities, plus the photos that I get from the lesser-known beaches and early morning mountain hikes can’t begin to describe how beautiful it is here in California!

What is your favorite band/artist/genre of music?
Currently my playlist contains: Ed Sheeran, Sam Hunt, Kendrick Lamar, Rhianna…all genres. My trusty go-tos include Rascal Flatts, Adele, Ellie Goulding, and Blink (not to mention a little Bieber fever!).

Who is your hero or role model?
Although my mom is my absolute hero (love you, Mom!), one of my previous managers, Shannon, is the one person that stands out in my mind as a huge role model. She helped me become a better person through her support, friendship, and mentorship. Her demeanor and way of thinking is composed, open-minded, and solution-driven. I’d like to think she rubbed off on me a little.

If you were to be famous for something, what would it be?
Being in a pop group with my sisters!

What is a quote that you routinely live by?
Live in the moment.

Would you rather explore the deepest parts of the ocean or blast off into space? Why?
I’m fascinated with the ocean. It captures your attention daily when you’re living in San Diego. The ocean is vast and relatively unknown… plus I’m afraid of heights, so space seems scary.