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Meet Caitlin!

Caitlin Sutjak

Caitlin Sutjak
ADP, Sales Account Manager
Caitlin.Sutjak@ADP.com

What role do you play in your organization?
I’m the Sales Account Manager for Central PA and for anywhere my clients/partners need me (even across the country). I focus on consulting with companies who are looking to streamline and integrate internal systems and software to cloud based solutions, which ultimately leads to more accurate and reliable data especially when it’s needed most. My goal is to help create a single sign on tech stack for the entire employee life cycle. While ADP is known for payroll, it is only 20% of what we can provide our clients.

Why do you wake up and go to work every day?
I am blessed to have two wonderful children that look up to me both in the home and out. Showing them that having a successful career has its rewards is important for various reasons. The two that stick out the most is responsibility and resilience. If you want something, you need to work hard for it and stick through it even in hard times. I also love what I do! I have worked at ADP for eight years now, and every day I am able to provide perspective to C-Level Execs, HR personnel, and CPA’s on what is changing in the market and how to operate more efficiently now and in the years to come. I don’t just help create solutions for businesses as they grow, I create solutions to help them grow!

What are your hobbies?
Aside from keeping two tiny humans alive and out of trouble, we recently bought a vacation/rental down in Elkton, MD where we boat as often as we can. Exploring new beaches, parks, and restaurants along the way has created the best memories for us over the last year. I also LOVE to cook and bake. For me, it’s a stress reliever, as crazy as that may sound. I don’t often play volleyball anymore, but my husband is a college football coach, so we are a football/sports household all year long.

What is your favorite or inspirational quote?
I have this printed above my desk and in my planner (yes I carry an actual planner still) – “What would you attempt to do if you knew you could not fail.” To me this applies in the workplace and at home as well. Life is short, and often we talk about dreams and ambitions, but we don’t act on them. If failing wasn’t an option, would you act on your dreams sooner? I like to remind myself that waking up every day is a blessing and to not take it for granted.

What is the last book you read?
“Start with Why” by Simon Sinek The whole premise of the book is teaching us the difference between what we do and how we are different, and instead WHY we are inspired to wake up every day and how we can help to inspire those around us.

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Posted January 26, 2022