Welcome to Charlotte Guillouet, Move Director from Santa Fe France
Discover our new mini-series #GetToKnowOurPeople where Santa Fe employees worldwide talk freely about their life in and out of work. Santa Fe Relocation values its people, their fantastic diversity and the vast pool of knowledge they bring. We learn from each other every day, so we’re happy for you to get to know them too.
Watch Charlotte’s full video below to get to know her!
Tell us about yourself
I am Charlotte, mother of a 7 years old daughter, based in Aix en Provence area. I love travelling, getting to meet people, new cultures & languages. Pretty dynamic person, I like the challenges & thinking out of the box!
Tell us about Santa Fe
It is a Group of talented people taking care of their client’s relocation needs & providing innovation to make it as easy as possible.
What do you do at work?
I am Head of Move for France.
Why did you choose Santa Fe?
I am very much attached to the family spirit we have within the team. Also I love the international context & challenges involved
Why did we choose you?
Because I always try to “make it easy”
What is your greatest achievement at work?
Getting people together, understand each other & create best solution as a team. Facilitating the processes in a general manner.
What is your greatest achievement in life?
Giving birth to my little one.
What or who inspires you in your life and at work?
At work : my boss, who is always looking for improvement & thinking out of the box. In life, anyone who would prove humanity and open-mindedness.
What is the best thing about working at Santa Fe?
There is no routine ! The international environment is very much changing, we need to be reactive & agile. This makes it very stimulating!
What is the best thing about our horse?
We run and jump over obstacles as a horse!
What is the best advice you can give to people?
Keep being open minded.
What would you do in the event of a zombie apocalypse?
I would take all my friends, family & colleagues to a shelter, protect them, and then prepare the best strategy together to kick them out!
There are now 25 hours in a day, how would you spend the extra hour?
The extra hour would be for my family and friends.
If you could travel anywhere, where would you go?
I would go to the Brazilian Carnival!
How did you find this interview?
Santa Fe sincerely thanks Charlotte for contributing to this initiative and for sharing her story.