Leslie Eldridge, our Director of Marketing, is our newest COE Warrior! She was given the helmet because she works hard, does so much behind the scenes, is a reliable source of help, and is a strong leader and team member.

Congratulations on this honor! Continue below to see what receiving this helmet means to Leslie.

What does winning the warrior helmet mean to you?

Being past the warrior helmet means I am succeeding within my peer group as being a team player. I am a firm believer that as a team, we can accomplish anything we put our mind/heart into together.

What did you or what do you look for when it comes to choosing the next recipient?

I thought about a person who is a team player and someone who continues to inspire and encourage me.

How has COE helped you to get where you are?

The company leadership has always encouraged growth in learning. They continue to provide tools they have found helpful in bettering themselves. They promote group learning within the company with book clubs & employee engagement programs like this that encourage employees to do better.

What goals do you want to achieve and how can COE help get you there?

Personal and operational growth. I want to continue to grow with the company. Become a better leader and learn to inspire others through my actions.

What is your favorite part of our employee engagement programs at COE and why?

As the company grows, I think these types of programs help employees to stay connected. It also helps to hear from your peers that they value you as a team player.

What are you most excited for when it comes to our Penguin partnership?

Raising three sons, I love all sports. It would be great to go to a Penguin’s game someday.

What COE value do you think you’re the strongest in and why?

Teamwork – I enjoy collaboration and working together as a team for a common goal.

Share some fun facts about yourself!

I love outdoor activities, hiking, boating, riding off-road vehicles, camping, road trips & outdoor concerts.