Among Christy Hall’s best skills are the ability to continue learning, multitask and build teams. As a Women of NATE member, she coordinates the organization’s mentorship program.
Christy Hall has been a member of the Texoma Contracting team since 2012. Prior to coming to Texoma Contracting, she worked for an airline and an information technology company. Although those were vastly different industries, Christy’s passion and focus on managing and delivering quality projects, building effective teams, providing outstanding service and exceeding customer’s expectations remains the same.
Hall is an active member of the National Association of Tower Erectors (NATE), currently serving as the Women of NATE Mentorship Program coordinator and a WON Committee member, the Oklahoma Liaison for the Wireless Industry Network (WIN) and is a member of NATE’s Trade Show Committee. She is excited about the growth of and enthusiasm for WON. She looks forward to working with the women and men of NATE to strengthen WON’s grassroots movement to propel and provide more opportunities for more women to flourish in the industry.
Hall enjoys spending her leisure time at the gym and at home watching HGTV and college sports. Go Pokes!
What do you think are the best skills that you bring to your job?
The desire to continue learning. Ability to multitask. Team-building.
What is the best advice anyone has ever given you?
There is a solution to every problem.
What is a goal that you want to accomplish in the next year?
I would like to be certified to climb. And then climb to 20 feet. I’m afraid of heights.
What are you happiest doing, when you are not working?
The gym is my happy place. I enjoy spending time at home. And anyone who knows me, knows that I like to unwind with a glass of wine.
What is your favorite line from a film?
You’ve Got Mail is my favorite movie. And I love the line, “I just want to say that all this nothing has meant more to me than so many somethings. It reminds me that life is about the relationships you build and choosing little moments over big things.
What are some causes that you care about?
My church is very involved in community outreach. So I volunteer when I can. I also volunteer for Habitat for Humanity. And because I have a family member with Alzheimer’s, I participate in their annual walk to raise money for research.
What job would you do if you didn’t have to make money?
Every day is a gift.
What is the best place that you have ever traveled to and why?
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. I actually traveled there for a six-month work assignment. I loved the vibe, the people, the weather. I learned to ski. And developed some lasting friendships.
What is your proudest moment at Texoma?
Becoming an officer. But I’m also super-proud for Texoma when we receive compliments from our customers.
Source: National Association of Tower Erectors.