Showing posts from February, 2018

Congratulations, Christian!

Oryx Nashville is thrilled to announce that Christian has officially hit the qualifications required for Assistant Management! Christian’s tenacity, leadership, and resilience are just a few of the reasons why he’s earned this accomplishment. Congratulations to Christian and his team on this outstanding career milestone! 👏👏

All About Alex

Meet Senior Corporate Trainer Alex Morris – fun, friendly, eccentric, and a huge asset to our team at Oryx Nashville. Get to know all about Alex in our exclusive one-on-one interview with her! Where are you from? I was born and raised in Johnson City, TN, about 4 hours from Nashville. What were you like as a child? I was was very independent, eager to learn, and super nerdy. Do you have any siblings? I have 1 younger brother named Heath. We are 3 years apart and have always been very close! What were your hobbies growing up? Playing softball, reading (I love Harry Potter!), and shopping What were you involved in during high school? I was involved in Key Club, theater, and student council. What did you do after high school? I attended King University in Bristol, TN as both an undergraduate and graduate! After graduating with an undergraduate degree in Elementary Education, I taught 1st grade for a year. I quickly realized it wasn’t my thing! I went back to King University for graduate schoo…

Meet Senior Corporate Trainer Ashley

Our team members at Oryx Nashville are the reason for our success. When an individual like Senior Corporate Trainer Ashley joins our team, we are reminded of how fortunate we are to work with Nashville’s top talent! Born in St. Louis but raised in Belleville, IL, Ashley grew up with her parents and her older brother. During her high school years, she played flute in her high school’s band and enjoyed spending time with her friends and family. Upon graduating, Ashley was accepted into Tennessee State University in Nashville as a Business Administration major. She had visited Nashville before with a friend and fell in love with the city, so she was all for living there! Ashley enjoyed her time at Tennessee State, but she soon learned how expensive college was and decided to pursue another opportunity: she joined the Air Force Reserve. One of Ashley favorite parts of being in the Air Force Reserve was the opportunity it gave her to travel and see new parts of the country. First, Ashley mo…