Each week we’ll be featuring one of Kelly’s Closet’s/DiaperShops.com leading ladies. We’ve had the pleasure of working with them and we thought you’d enjoy a behind the scenes peek at the individuals who make it all possible.
Serena has been working at Kelly’s Closet since January 2009 and is a jack of all traits. She primarily handles customer service inquiries by responding to emails and calls. She also helps maintain blog content, scheduling and comments.
She is the resident “cloth diaper and laundry guru” and always makes an effort to answer any questions she can when it comes to laundering a cloth diaper.
Serena is married, has three children Aaliyah (5), Halimah (3) and Ilyas (1), and a nameless bunny. Here’s a bit more about Serena:
If you were a CD brand, what would you be and why? bumGenius – because I’d like to think of myself as a genius, and well, I’m a bit smart arse!
Do you cloth diaper your children: I am currently cloth diapering Ilyas. However, Halimah and Aaliyah both wear cloth diapers during the night time.
What are four words your mother would say describes you? Does “pain-in-the-bum” count as four words? LOL! She says I’m bossy, [extremely] organized, generous, and helpful.
Favorite movie? It’s a three-way tie between the Wizard of Oz, Goonies, and 16 Candles.
Favorite book? I hate to admit this – but it’s Harry Potter.
One product you can’t live without? There are two: my Macbook Pro and iPhone.
Favorite guilty pleasure? We don’t have a TV – but every now and then when my husband isn’t home and the kids are sleeping, I like to go online and watch a little “TV.”
What is the best part about working for KC? Helping others learn more about cloth diapers and troubleshooting problems; especially when someone is ready to throw in the towel.
Tell me one thing you want everyone to know about you. I’m a bit obsessive!
What inspires you? Learning. It’s wonderful to be able to learn something new every day – whether it’s a new fact, how to do something, or discovering something more about my children, hubby, or myself.