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Erin Knight

Account Manager - Houston, TX.

So, I grew up in Houston, TX. I would probably describe my hometown with one word: Traffic.

Houston is very big with lots of people who do not know how to drive! Houston weather is just very humid, unpredictable and I can never have a good hair day.

Growing up, the person that influenced me the most would be my dad. I always talk about my dad as my twin because we pretty much look identical if I had a goatee and a bald head.

He’s always pushed me beyond measures and has shown me the kind of person I want to be as I’ve grown up. Someone that’s really hard working and driven but not just that. More so, somebody who understands sacrifice, especially for the ones that I love.

I went through a lot growing up and my dad was always the person that I wanted to go to when I was going through something hard. He would always give it to me straight which sometimes would be a hard thing to hear but he knows how I function, and he knows the best way I respond.

I went to college at Texas A&M University class of 2021, WHOOP!! I studied Human Resource Development and minored in Business. In college the only thing I was really invested in curricular activity wise was breakaway ministries I really focused and found my faith during my time in college.

Something that I want to accomplish in my lifetime is to have my own organizing business as a little side hustle, to travel, and to scuba dive in as many places that will allow me. I’m a big fan of scuba diving, I feel like it’s a great escape from the “dry” world.

We only have this one life to live and I want to live this life that I have been given with a crazy amount of memories and laughter and Jesus.

I think that when I’m lying on my deathbed one day if I could say that I accomplished those three things, I’ll be happy and fulfilled.

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So, I grew up in Houston, TX. I would probably describe my hometown with one word: Traffic.

Houston is very big with lots of people who do not know how to drive! Houston weather is just very humid, unpredictable and I can never have a good hair day.

Growing up, the person that influenced me the most would be my dad. I always talk about my dad as my twin because we pretty much look identical if I had a goatee and a bald head.

He’s always pushed me beyond measures and has shown me the kind of person I want to be as I’ve grown up. Someone that’s really hard working and driven but not just that. More so, somebody who understands sacrifice, especially for the ones that I love.

I went through a lot growing up and my dad was always the person that I wanted to go to when I was going through something hard. He would always give it to me straight which sometimes would be a hard thing to hear but he knows how I function, and he knows the best way I respond.

I went to college at Texas A&M University class of 2021, WHOOP!! I studied Human Resource Development and minored in Business. In college the only thing I was really invested in curricular activity wise was breakaway ministries I really focused and found my faith during my time in college.

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When I’m not working, I really enjoy just being with my friends, but I also really love organizing. And not just my things but other peoples.

I really want to one day own an organizing business for other people. Ever since I was very young, I was a little organizer. I can remember as a kid, organizing my baby brothers’ toys as he was playing.

I didn’t realize I was good at it until I got into college and I started to organize other people’s things and the response I would get from it being something that made people really happy, I knew I wanted to run with this one day!

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So, the last place I volunteered my time was during the Summer of 2021. I went on a mission trip to Midlothian, Illinois. While I was there, we partnered with a church that was really diving into their youth. We started a football/soccer camp from the age group of 8 to 14 and we really got to invest our time into getting to know these kids and what their relationships looked like with Jesus.

This trip was such a memorable and impactful trip to me, you know I got to see some really awesome steps towards Jesus but also some kids struggle with their walks with God. I spend a lot of my time volunteering in the church just with VBS and youth. It’s something I’m really passionate about and I’m passionate about kids knowing Jesus and loving him as well as making that known to the people around them!

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Before Inceed, I was a college student at Texas A&M and my main goal, just like any other college student, was to find a job.

Coming out of such a low of a year with COVID, the job market was not great. I struggled a lot trying to find a job. Specifically one that aligned with my major in Human Resources. I realized shortly that it didn’t matter how many HR jobs I applied to because none of the companies had that “it” factor for me.

Something that was really important to me, and still is to this day, is the fact that I didn’t care where I worked. It was the people and the environment and the culture that I was going to be working in and that’s what mattered to me.

I wanted a family away from home and so when I got the interview from Inceed and I went in to see the Houston office and the people within it I knew that this is where I want to be. It wasn’t a hard decision to make after meeting our Houston office and I can sit here today knowing I made the best decision! Inceed cares about the people we help as well as the people that make up the Inceed family.

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