Author and adult daughter10 Questions with Virginia Campoy

Virginia is a Client Success Specialist in Scottsdale, Arizona. She is also a site lead for All Generations Empowered (AGE), Indeed’s inclusion resource group focused on age diversity at Indeed and beyond. April is AGE’s inclusion identity month where we share the stories of the members of that group.

How do you help people get jobs? 
Currently, I am a Client Specialist for Blue Value, Scottsdale. On our team our mission is to consult with clients and provide tips and tricks to allow for the best experience and return on investment for our clients. As a result we offer churn findings to help in our shared mission to prevent churn and increase client satisfaction!

Where is your office and what do you love about it? Author and co-worker pose in their Indeed Ugly Holiday sweaters
Currently, I am WFH

What do I love about what I do? I just feel very fortunate and grateful that I work for a company that cares about the wellbeing of all the employees. Additionally, what I love is the ability to continue providing service and produce quality results feels so rewarding.

What was your first job?
I sold stationery at the age of 10. My mom was creative with implementing incentives to keep me busy. She signed up to be a door to door representative and sell stationery, but after the book of products arrived, she handed it to me. Together we would walk the neighborhood to sell stationery to our neighbors. I gained repeat business.

What is one thing people would be surprised to know about you? 
One thing people would be surprised to know is about my love of horses and horseback riding. I always loved to ride and did it often. I was able to acquire my first horse when I was 18. Oh, I also play guitar.

Why is AGE important to you? 
AGE is important to me because I value the mission of All Generations Empowered (AGE). We provide opportunities for networking, community outreach and education while exploring the benefits and challenges of a multi-generational workplace.

Author and her parentsWhere was your favorite vacation?
I was fortunate to visit and experience the town that never sleeps. The energy, culture of food in New York City is a thrill to experience. I return as often as I can.

What’s the best thing about your Indeed team? 
We are committed to our mission and rally together. We are a bright creative team and our manager has a knack to bring out the best in us.

Are there any causes you’re particularly passionate about? 
I am passionate about ending Domestic Violence and was an executive board member for a shelter in Orange County, California for more than 15 years.

Virginia with Indeed CEO, Chris Hyams

What’s the best career advice you’ve ever been given?
The best career advice I have ever received reflects two motto’s suggested by two different directors I had the privilege to work under.

    • “Be brilliant with the basics”.
    • “Rejection is protection”.

What do you consider your greatest Indeed achievement to date? 
My greatest Indeed achievement to date reflects two opportunities:

  • Voted Above and Beyond Client Specialist Share Q3 2019. This vote is based on case notes that are presented anonymously and voted by peers.

  • Because of fulfilling the Site Lead for AGE, I was privileged to enjoy a dinner with CEO Chris Hyams when he visited Scottsdale for the first time — what a pleasure.

Learn more about our AGE inclusion resource group in the video below.

Check out our official Diversity, Inclusion & Belonging page for more on our inclusion initiatives and read more Indeedian stories on our Inside Indeed culture blog.