The Zeeto Spotlight series features two new employees every month and provides a glimpse into our lives outside the office
“No challenge is ever too great with the proper tools” – Ginny Hunter on the most important thing she has learned during her time at Zeeto.
Name: Ginny Hunter
Position: National Sales Executive
Time at Zeeto: 3+ years
Tell us three things most people don’t know about you.
- I am a member of the San Diego Orchid Society. (When trips to Home Depot turn into new hobbies.)
- I volunteered at a Wildlife Rescue.
- I once won a bet that landed my name tattooed on a friend’s arm. Life goals.
What are you passionate about?
My husband and I started a non profit three years ago where during the holiday season we provide our local neighbors living on the street with a warm meal, holiday stocking filled with essential items, and a note of kindness from a local elementary school student. The ability to do for others without anticipating anything in return is one of the greatest gifts, and something I strive to do every single day if even in the most insignificant way.
When I am not at work you can find me…
Scheming ways to become the next Joanna Gaines. That, or exploring San Diego’s hidden gems and catching live shows.
Do you have a hidden talent?
Key being hidden, I used to sing competitively. Well, hidden until our CRO, Director of Business Development and Director of Account Management insisted karaoke was a good client activity at one of our last New York conferences. Never a dull moment with Zeeto.
What inspires you?
My husband, Josh. He’s truly the most amazing, driven individual I know and never ceases to fuel my own ambition.
Describe what you were like at age 10.
Blue jeans, my father’s oversized flannel, and a messy ponytail flecked with gold straw. Fashionista in the making, clearly. At age ten my world existed in my parents’ barn in a small town outside of Chicago. Spending most of my youth outdoors, I developed a great respect for nature and a sense of adventure that continues to dance its way into my weekend plans.
What have you always wanted to try but have never done?
El Camino de Santiago pilgrimage.
How do you define success?
While it’s easy to measure success with monetary or man-made benchmarks, true success is defined by genuine happiness.
Do you have a hobby that you’re passionate about? What is it?
I have an unquenchable thirst for experiencing new things. Music. Travel. Baking. Hiking. Camping. Art. I am always looking to try something new with surfing being the latest.
What can’t you live without on your desk?
A Nalgene full of water.
What is one thing you cannot live without?
My family. They are truly the most kind-hearted, authentic, and hilarious people I know. Being around them is a serious ab workout from all the laughter.