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WIC Week - Jennifer Jaccuzzo and Terra Taylor

Two people at a beach.
Jennifer's mom Caren Martin (left) and Jennifer (right) enjoying a day at the beach.

Q: What do you like most about working at Manson?

A: Since day one, Manson has been family for the last 19 years. The warm welcomes and encouraging environment are what keep me here. Manson is a company that truly cares about its employees and the organization finds the best fit for its employees that benefits everyone. I am extremely lucky to have had so many experiences while at Manson. Learning about our various personnel and visiting their work environment is important in understanding different points of view. I thank Manson for giving me that opportunity. I would not have received the same experience and exposure anywhere else. Our management staff is open, honest, and are heavily involved with employees. I love helping people and making a difference. To see a smile on the faces of my co-workers is a reward every day.

Q: Where do you draw inspiration from?

A: The one person who inspires me every day is my mother, Caren Martin. She has been a strong, stable, independent single parent most of my life. Working in the Oil & Gas industry runs in my family on both sides. My mother has been with the same Oil & Gas company for 19 years as we both started new jobs at the same time. Although she did not attend college, she worked hard and earned all the different office positions during her time at the company. The encouragement and caring nature of my mother make me believe in myself and that there are no limits for women in the workforce.

Two people at a baseball game.
Terra's son Henry (left) and Terra (right) are all smiles for the camera.


Q: What do you like most about working at Manson?

A: I have always been proud to tell people that I work for Manson Construction. The company’s team-building events and emphasis on taking care of its people make it a special place to work. With 15 years at Manson, I have been able to grow and evolve alongside the company.

Q: Where do you draw inspiration from?

A: Working with the union payroll, I often think about my grandpa who retired as a Boeing machinist and union shop steward. Although he passed away before I started working at Manson, I feel like he would have been proud to tell people I worked for Manson too. His solidarity and work ethic inspired me to stay with Manson and continue to grow and evolve for another 15 years and be an inspiration to my own son, Henry.

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