You’ve heard a lot about our various facilities, robots, and drones, but the real X factor at Novva? Our team. We have a team of some of the most talented, creative, and innovative minds in the industry. We think it’s time for our robotic dog WIRE to share the spotlight, so let us introduce you to our fabulous Director of Marketing, Beccy Bingham.
What does a typical day look like for you?
Most days, I work from my home office. We live in a small historic home, so at the beginning of the pandemic, we built an office/shed in our backyard. It’s where I spend most of my day! Before and after work, I spend as much time as I can with my three small children.
What is your favorite part of being on the Novva team?
I love that the Novva team looks for ways to do things in a new and better way. It’s fun to be a part of a team that prioritizes thinking outside the box.
If you could trade roles with someone else at Novva for the day, who would it be and why?
Anyone who gets to handle our robot dog, WIRE.
What trend in the industry are you most excited about?
Sustainability. Data Centers aren’t going anywhere, especially with how much more online our lives are becoming year after year. I’m glad to see efforts being made for data centers to lower their carbon footprint.
Outside of work, what’s something you’re passionate about?
Making! I’m a fine-arts major, and I love to create in my spare time. I’m also connected to my local maker’s community and help organize a local craft fair to give other makers a place to show what they can do.
What would you be doing if you weren’t working in the data center/tech/telecom industry?
I would be designing and making. I’m a very visual person. I love creating branding and identities for small businesses and would probably find myself in that space.
What is something that you think would surprise people to hear about you?
When I married my husband in 2013, we lived off of bitcoin only for 100 days, back when it was $60 a bitcoin. We calculated that in today’s bitcoin prices, we spent $80,000 at the local burrito shop that we convinced to accept bitcoin so we could eat there.
What is the one thing you would bring with you to a desert island?
My pebble ice machine
What is the best piece of advice you’ve ever been given?
That creating things you don’t love is draining. It drives me toward the things that matter to me and pushes me to make everything I touch better.