Employee Spotlight: Sophie Corlay, Global Communications Manager
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Employee Spotlight: Sophie Corlay, Global Communications Manager

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Get to know the faces and spaces that make up Usabilla in our Spotlight series. Next up is our energetic Global Communications Manager, Sophie Corlay.

Name:  Sophie Corlay
Nationality: French and Dutch
Role at Usabilla: Global Communications Manager
Department: Marketing
Office location: Amsterdam

What would be the title of your autobiography?
Splendeur et Décadence

Song you’re currently listening to?
Money – Zhu

What are you known for? (Inside and/or outside Usabilla)
Taking a wine course and getting better at wines everyday. Cheers.

If you wouldn’t have wound up in your current job, what would you have done?
I think I would have become a TV presenter. I love talking, and like that I always know what’s happening.

Which song best describes your role at Usabilla?
Lost Frequencies & Zonderling – Crazy

What’s the weirdest thing we’d find in your desk drawers?
Brushes and make-up for photoshoots. And lots of books I want to read – one day. 

If you could switch roles with another Usabilla employee for the day, who would it be and why?
Receptionist – I still need to work on my phone voice. I don’t know, I love it that you’re so crucial to people, even if it’s for a tiny moment. And, what a great place to mess with people.

In one word, how’s the dynamic between you and your seatmate?
Tricky question…will she read this? 😉

If you were CEO for a day, what would you change?

  • Order new coffee machines.
    Actually really good ones. I have seen people being swayed to take a job just because the coffee was great.
  • Give everyone a free day for volunteering activities.
    Myself, I can’t wait!
  • Invite all our neighbors for drinks on the terrace.
    You never know what might come out of it.
  • Re-arrange the desks and mix up the teams.
    I am curious to see what happens if you sit next to people you have no clue about what they do.
  • Encourage people to go for walks outside, or have meetings outside.
    It’s an efficient and easy way to think literally – outside.


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