Meet Our Lineup: Caroline Radomska
Curiosity sparked her initial interest in entrepreneurship and continues to inspire her passion for business today. 30 Lines is pleased to announce Caroline Radomska as the most recent addition to our lineup. She now manages all bookkeeping services for our company.
In her role, Caroline delivers easy, remarkable experiences to our 30 Lines clients at every stage of their journey. She aims to refine and develop our accounting practices to help drive our organization’s continued growth.
If questions come up about billing or invoicing, Caroline is willing to extend a helping hand to current and prospective partners.
Without further ado, allow us to extend a 30 Lines welcome to Caroline! Keep reading for a chance to get to know her better – in her own words. We’d also like to encourage you to deliver a personal note to Caroline’s email inbox (firstname.lastname@example.org).
How did you get your start in bookkeeping?
Ever since I can remember, my parents owned and operated a business. As a young child, I remember getting out of school and rushing to their local store to help customers. When I graduated high school, my parents transitioned into a new business venture and became hotel owners. This is when I learned a variety of skills, including accounting and the regular day-to-day options of a successful business.
Soon after, I graduated with degrees in business and psychology. This coursework enabled me to understand the deeper aspects of business and finance, as well as the psychology of what drives human behavior and motivation.
Tell us a little about your last role.
I worked for a family business as a Controller. I collaborated with a team of project management architects on projects from the beginning of production to its end. Some of our most renowned projects include the Special Olympics Eternal Flame project hosted in June 2018. We also worked on a variety of projects locally in Columbus, Ohio, such renovations at The Ohio State University.
What are you most excited to accomplish here at 30 Lines?
At 30 Lines, I hope to expand, improve, and grow in my position. I look forward to learning from other talented individuals who are experts in their fields and pick up new skills along the way.
What initially attracted you to 30 Lines?
I absolutely love 30 Lines’ culture and values. 30 Lines is a great place to work – providing a work-life balance to each employee. Not only that, but 30 Lines cares a lot about their customers. We want to offer a remarkable experience to every customer during every interaction.
How would you describe your new 30 Lines team in one word?
What are you most excited to do here at 30 Lines?
“Don’t ever stop growing and learning as a person.” I have learned that there is something I may miss or not know, so I need to remain open-minded. There is always something to learn and something not seen at face value.
If you had to choose only three adjectives to describe yourself, which would you choose?
Friendly, driven, and positive.
If you could brainstorm over a cup of coffee with one person, who would you choose?
I would love to spend time with Mark Zuckerberg, the creator of Facebook. I’m inspired by how Mark’s college project turned into a giant company with an enormous impact. Facebook enables people to connect from all parts of the world. It would be a dream to sit down and pick his brain!
Tell us about a brand that inspires you.
There are so many brands that inspire me, but one, in particular, is Amazon. I am amazed at how quickly and effectively they expanded their business by just understanding their customers and catering to their wants and needs. My favorites are their two-day free shipping option and the Audible app.
What do you like to do in your free time?
I enjoy working out, hiking, traveling, reading, music, and spending time with family and friends.
What skills would you like to master?
I would love to learn more about graphic design and building websites – anything that involves being even more creative.
What is your favorite “at bat” song?
“1901” by Phoenix puts me in a positive mood and reminds me of mountain life back in Colorado.