Meet the Team: Say hello to Joy
Time to shine! Let's meet one of the Fozzies. Say hello to Joy, our Front Desk Officer at Boitsfort. Well, let's get to know Joy a little bit more!
Name: Joy Leunen
Company role: Front Desk Officer Boitsfort
Favorite quote: Everyday may not be good but there is something good in everyday
What sparked your interest to Fosbury & Sons?
"I always wanted a job where when I wake up in the morning I wanted to feel like going to my second home, And F&S is totally winning at this."
What do you like about working at Fosbury & Sons?
"The “wouaw” effect I see on people’s faces when they come in the building in Boitsfort and their smiles when you can help them feel at home…that makes my day! My colleagues are also playing a big role in what I like about working here. Since my first day they made me feel welcome and part of this beautiful team"
What does your working day look like?
"As a front desk officer we are the first contact when people enter the building. Together with my colleagues we try to make them feel at ease and make it clear that we are here to make their working day as pleasant and successful as possible."
To who do you look up to the most in life?
"My two younger brothers . One started a successful company when he was only 24 years old. He is always up to date with everything and is the first person I call when in need. The younger one is just 13 years old but since day one he has been very caring and makes sure everyone in his surroundings feels good. "
How would your friends or family describe you in three words?
"Sensible - Funny - Creative - Empathic - Adventurous (oops that’s more than 3, well guess you know me a bit better)."
What do you enjoy doing when you are not working?
"Hang out with my friends, photography, have a beer with my hockey teammates and of course traveling (if our dear Corona lets us)."
If you could be another person for a day, who would you choose?
"Steve McCurry, he is one of the most iconic figures in contemporary photography.
He travels around the world and makes beautiful and colorful portraits. His photo ‘Afghan Girl’, of a girl with piercing green eyes, has appeared on the cover of National Geographic several times."