If you follow @wsseattle, you may have guessed that we’re just a wee bit excited about the 2015 in-nw conference, and we can’t wait to meet you there!

Our Weber Shandwick in-nw attendees represent a mix of digital marketing pros and paid distribution wizards, PR thoroughbreds and content marketing connoisseurs. We’re also passionate about what we do, a little nerdy, and always ready to chat. But we wanted to give you, our dear blog post reader, an extra taste of who we really are … beyond job titles and headshots.

To do that, we had each of our attendees answer one unique question about themselves. Find them all on the floor at IN-NW or tweet them your own questions, thoughts, or just “hello.” With this crew, you can count on engagement … always.

Oh. And we’re only giving them 140 characters to answer. Go!

Michelle Maggs Twitter

If you had to eat one thing for the rest of your life, what would it be and why?

Michelle Maggs: Pasta – there are no limits to what you can achieve with noodles.

Andrea Ruge Twitter

If you were a social network, which would you be and why?

Andrea Ruge: Snapchat. It’s targeted, quirky & fosters creativity. I love inside jokes & cat photos, and Snapchat is the best platform to combine them.

Scott Meis Twitter

Sure, you’ve got a great business card. But what would your “life” card say about you?

Scott Meis: Travel Nut | Adventure Hound | Music Buff | PNW Lover | Photog | #LuxOnly

Brenda South Twitter

What’s one non-digital thing you just can’t let go of and why?

Brenda South: Sticky notes – if there is something pressing I have to get to, I need a sticky note on my keyboard. Usually in neon.

Michelle Pratt Twitter

What was your first AIM screenname and why did you choose it?

Michelle Pratt: First @AIM #screenname was Stickgurl819. Growing up I was called skinny minny, walking stick, you name it. And yes … girl with a “U!”

Jordan Slaymaker Twitter

If you could have one piece of “smart” tech in your life, real or not, what would you choose and why?

Jordan Slaymaker: A modern version of Cher’s (from Clueless, duh) epic closet organizer and outfit picker app to ensure my #OOTD is always posh and on-point.

Christine Reisenauer Twitter

What website can you absolutely not live without and why?

Christine Reisenauer: I can’t live without @google, it’s the epicenter everything. But you’ll find @Refinery29 a ton in my daily history, too.

Amy Henson Twitter

Which Instagram filter would you be and why?

Amy Henson: Toaster, because then I’d have the ability to warm up these chilly Seattle days.

Susan Howe Twitter

If you were a font, which would you be and why?

Susan Howe: To bring some zen … Yogafont contains 98 graphic images of common yoga postures (asanas).  Namaste.

Robyn Mitchell Twitter

When the robots take over, what piece of tech will you sacrifice to them and why?

Robyn Mitchell: I’d sacrifice my portable speakers so we could have an epic robot-human dance party, establishing a new world order with sweet tunes.

Shevaun Brown Twitter

What’s your spirit animal and why?

Shevaun Brown: An otter. They’re gregarious, joyful and curious. I find the “fun” every day with my @wsseattle tribe, but like to think I bring a little something special, too.

Katie Al-Khoury Twitter

What’s the first thing you open on your phone in the morning and why?

Katie Al-Khoury: First is email. Next is Facebook, for a full dose of hot news headlines, killed-off TV characters, cat videos and the best local eats.

Laura Gonia Twitter

To selfie, or not to selfie?

Laura Gonia: Yes to the selfie, but only with a #selfiestick and a group of 3 or more. Tropical destinations and weddings preferred.

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