Kristin Dillensnyder

Kristin Dillensnyder Operations

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Hanko - Private or official seals or stamps engraved with the name of the office, institution or individual to which it belongs.

The pineapple is the symbol of hospitality. This summarizes Kristin's role as operations manager at Stamp, where she is tasked with taking care of everyone in the office. Her sunny disposition is exhibited by the smile and matching sunglasses the pineapple wears.

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Originally from Connecticut, Kristin arrived in Montgomery by way of New York City and Columbia, South Carolina. She worked in ad sales at, NBC, Travel + Leisure, and at Rodale Publishing. In South Carolina, Kristin worked for the SC Tourism Department on the sales and marketing team. Her husband is in the Air Force and they currently reside in Blythewood, South Carolina. She is a mom to an adorable daughter and bonus mom to a very cute little boy. Kristin believes that life in the south is better as long as you have the five “Fs” in your life: Family, Friends, Food, Faith, and Football.

More About Kristin

Why I love the business:
I love taking care of people and being in a high energy company.

Favorite travel/vacation experience:
Most people don’t know, but the best way to experience Machu Picchu is to hike up Huayna Picchu. It’s the mountain in the back of my photo and it’s steeper, has a higher altitude, and a front seat view of the ruins down in Machu Picchu. You have to register your name in a book on your way up, then sign it on your way down so they make sure no one was lost on the trip. We started our hike at 6 in the AM and had lunch up at the peak and watched the ruins disappear and reappear from underneath the clouds that constantly rolled by. No photo can do it justice. Our guide shared a lot of stories about the importance of the sun, water, fire, and earth and it was just so peaceful – even for someone like me who is always attached to my cell phone. At the base of the mountain there is a spot where you can stamp your passport to show that you’ve been to Machu Picchu. Needless to say, it’s my favorite passport stamp.

Favorite quote:
“Some birds aren’t meant to be caged, their feathers are just too bright.”

Favorite music:
Anything I can sing along to.

Best advice received:
“Even if you don’t know where you are, act like you do.”

Back in the day I delivered a baby when I was 15 and was a volunteer for my hometown’s ambulance service.

Four words that describe me would be:
Happy, Loyal, Thoughtful, Energetic.

Honk if you love:
Snail mail.

I make:
Up the words to songs when I don’t know them.

My spare time is spent:
Always listening to music and exploring new places.

Where I like to make my mark:
On my friends and family.

Hidden talent:
Whistle really loud.

Trashy TV addiction:
New Girl.

I want to Stamp out:
Calories from ice cream.

My travel essential:
Always: slippers, umbrella (b/c if you bring it, you won’t need it), sunglasses, hat, Canon Rebel T3i, This American Life podcasts, address book so I can send postcards, selfie stick, and a sense of adventure.
If I’m flying: power adaptors, emergen-c, neck pillow, water bottle, Babbel to help learn the language.
If I’m driving: my pillow, MiFi, a lap-desk, car charger.

Raving about:
Mint Oreos.

Once aspired to be…
A mom, because then I could decide what’s for dinner.

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