Employee Questionare


By: Nicole Williams

If you could bring back one TV show, what would it be?

  • Michael Berger - House. Sarcasm works on so many levels.
  • Laura Miller - The Muppet Show
  • Tyler Dupre - The Colbert Report
  • Brandi Caillouet - Pushing Daisies. It was a quirky little show about a pie maker that could bring dead things back to life with his touch. He used his abilities to solve murder mysteries.
  • Ryan Davis – Martin
  • Natalie McCullough - The Wonder Years
  • Andrew Sledge - Breaking Bad

What is your go to comfort food?

  • Michael Berger - Fried Crab Fingers……do yourself a favor and stop at the Lighthouse restaurant in Bayou La Batre, AL!
  • Laura Miller – Buffet
  • Tyler Dupre - Cinnamon Toast Crunch
  • Brandi Caillouet - My grandmother’s crepes. They were a special treat she made for supper when we spent the night at her house (my family loves breakfast food at supper). For my birthday last year my husband learned to make her recipe, so they live on in my home.
  • Ryan Davis - Texas de Brazil steak house
  • Natalie McCullough - Ice cream! I’m a fan of the sweets.
  • Andrew Sledge - Chicken pot pie

If you had a time machine, what era would you travel to?

  • Michael Berger - I would travel to the future because knowing the path makes it easier to follow.
  • Laura Miller - I wear a time machine on my wrist; it keeps track of my travels into the future.
  • Tyler Dupre - January 20th, 2017…The end of President Obama’s term.
  • Brandi Caillouet - I’d use that opportunity to see some dinosaurs! I’m guaranteed to come back in one piece, right?
  • Ryan Davis - The 1970’s, the outfits were funky and the music was timeless.
  • Natalie McCullough - Definitely the 1920s. Every time I watch The Great Gatsby I think about living during that time.
  • Andrew Sledge - "The Land Before Time" era to kick it with Pitre and Little Foot.

If you had all the money in the world but still had to have some kind of job, what would you choose to do?

  • Michael Berger - I would like to run a farm.
  • Laura Miller - If I had ALL the money in the world that would imply that no one else had any money. I can only assume that the global economy would be destroyed and people would default to other forms of trade, rendering my money useless. In this dystopia, I’d choose scavenging… in a better world, I’d work in an elephant orphanage in Kenya.
  • Tyler Dupre - I’d be a Safety Rep for Danos.
  • Brandi Caillouet - Own and run a book store. I’ve always loved to read and I would enjoy sharing that with others. The beautiful little book shop that Meg Ryan’s character owns in the movie You’ve Got Mail is my dream.
  • Ryan Davis - I would have my own TV show similar to “ Anthony Bordain: Parts Unknown” or “No Reservations”.
  • Natalie McCullough - A Fishing Guide / Crossfit Athlete. Do those exist?
  • Andrew Sledge - Hunting / Fishing guide.

If you could give your past self some advice, what would that be?

  • Michael Berger - Invest in Apple.
  • Laura Miller - Those oysters are not fresh.
  • Tyler Dupre - To start using Rogaine early.
  • Brandi Caillouet - Find opportunities to travel more. Take a summer job out of state or study abroad for a few semesters in college.
  • Ryan Davis - Dream bigger and persevere!
  • Natalie McCullough - I would tell myself that life doesn’t have to be so serious and to enjoy the time you have with your family and friends.
  • Andrew Sledge - Keep amateur status to play collegiate golf.

If you could solve one world problem, what would it be?

  • Michael Berger - I would choose to cure cancer.
  • Laura Miller - Baryon Asymmetry
  • Tyler Dupre - I would expose the government for what it is.
  • Brandi Caillouet - I would provide access to quality education for all. I feel that education can empower people to solve the other problems they may face in their life.
  • Ryan Davis - Get rid of all monetary systems. It would solve all of the world’s problems.
  • Natalie McCullough - Racism
  • Andrew Sledge - Poverty

Why do you work for Danos?

  • Michael Berger - It feels great to work for a company that has, at every level, employees who are engaged in making the company better every day.
  • Laura Miller - For the opportunity to grow my professional career, work with great people, and live in the great state of Louisiana.
  • Tyler Dupre - I work for Danos because the company’s purpose and values align with my own personal purpose and values. To honor God, strive for integrity, constantly improve, and treat others with respect.
  • Brandi Caillouet - I work for Danos because they offered me a great opportunity and I feel that the Values of the company are in line with my personal values.
  • Ryan Davis - Kevin Ramirez, Paul Robichaux, and David Gravois took advantage of my innocence!
  • Natalie McCullough - I heard about Danos two years ago and when I finally got the opportunity to join the team, I had no hesitations. This is a thriving company that’s going in a great direction and I feel fortunate to be part of that.
  • Andrew Sledge - Stability and the family culture.

Nicole Williams

External Communication Lead Nicole Williams joined Danos in 2008. She manages external communications associated with the Danos brand along with customer events. She is a graduate of Northwestern State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in advertising design and a minor in marketing.


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