Employee Questionnaire


By: Tara Morvant

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

Brittney St. Pierre - The O.C. - I watched that show religiously in high school!

Tyler Evans - Psych for sure. 10/10 best show of all time. 

Tedi Usey -The Mary Tyler Moore Show 

Scott Soto - Happy Days

Tish Hebert - Friends (of course!)

Tu Le- Boy Meets World. It had real situations that viewers could relate to.


What is your favorite food?

Brittney St. Pierre - My mom's mashed potatoes. Seems pretty simple, but they are just so good.

Tyler Evans - Pecan pie for sure!

Tedi Usey - Filet Mignon

Scott Soto - Tacos - real Mexican tacos

Tish Hebert - Steak

Tu Le- My favorite food is a Vietnamese dish called “banh uot,” literally translates as “wet cakes.” It’s steamed rice cakes cooked thin and fragile, like crepes. It’s very delicious with fresh herbs, fish sauce and grilled pork.

What is your go-to karaoke song?

Brittney St. Pierre - I don’t have a go-to karaoke song, but my favorite wedding song to dance to is Whitney Houston's “Dance with Somebody.”

Tyler Evans - Not a karaoke-er but probably Ring of Fire – Johnny Cash. 

Tedi Usey - Living on a Prayer by Bon Jovi

Scott Soto - Simple Man – Lynyrd Skynyrd

Tish Hebert - Don't Stop Believing by Journey

Tu Le- Breakaway by Kelly Clarkson

If you could have lived your teenage years in a different decade, which one would you choose and why?

Brittney St. Pierre - I would choose the 50’s. I could wear a poodle skirt every day! I would have one in every color for sure.

Tyler Evans - The 80’s seemed pretty cool to be a teenager in. A lot of exciting things were going on around the world and to watch the world advance so quickly (technologically speaking) must have been awesome.

Tedi Usey - 50’s – Love the music and dancing

Scott Soto - 1860's - a lot happened during that time.

Tish Hebert - I wouldn’t pick a different decade; I grew up in the 80's, and it was the best!

Tu Le- I would pick the 80's. Lots of different funky styles to try out.


Why do you work for Danos?

Brittney St. Pierre - I work for Danos because I feel like everyone here really cares about me personally and professionally. I feel supported and valued by my peers. I love working here!

Tyler Evans - At the top of the list of reasons is the commitment to honoring God. I find that to be a principle that is not as common in the workplace of today as it should be. Just below that though is the people. The people who work here make Danos great and are what create the Danos difference.

Tedi Usey - I love the values and people.

Scott Soto - Because God comes first in the workplace, and the people I work with have become family to me in the last 6.5 years.

Tish Hebert - Because of the family feel of the company, a large company but still very intimate at the same time. Also, the respect shown to each other company wide by all employees top to bottom is something I have never experienced before in a work environment. It’s very refreshing.

Tu Le- Danos is a great place to work! I like their purpose and values because it is very similar to my own beliefs. There are a lot of talented, knowledgeable and experienced co-workers to work alongside with. I keep learning something new every day.


Tara Morvant

Tara Morvant joined Danos in 2019 as the internal communications coordinator. In her role, she develops and executes multi-tiered communication strategies targeting staff and field employees in all domestic and international locations. Tara brings experience in communications and marketing, having previously worked in the gaming, healthcare and oil and gas industries.


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