Employee Spotlight: Drew Linn

  • Lauren Dodrill
  • February 7, 2020

We are excited to start showcasing an employee each month! We have some pretty great people here at Counterpart, why not share the wealth? This month, let’s get to know our CSO, Drew Linn, a little more.

What do you do at Counterpart?

We are a small company. You could say I do everything but code.

What inspires you?

Having an impact.

What’s the best thing about your job?

My clients are by far the best part. 

What has been your favorite project so far?

Every project we have worked on has meant a lot to me and has been a favorite in their own way. I really enjoyed working on The Big App for Big Brothers Big Sisters. 

What’s something most people don’t know about you?

I once played the trombone in the Macy’s Day Parade to help bring out Santa. I’m also an introvert that tries to force myself to become an extrovert. 

What are 3 words that describe Counterpart?

Innovative, Impactful, and Involved.

What is your proudest moment at Counterpart?

Anytime our clients are recognized for their excellence. For example, we had three clients as finalists in the 2018 Mira Awards as well as a couple of our clients winning the Centric Indiana Innovation Awards. Those were some really proud moments, you can read more about that here

What are you passionate about?

I am really passionate about truly investing in the relationships with our clients. That is the reason why we chose the name, “Counterpart” during our rebrand. We didn’t want to be just an order taker, but as a counterpart to our clients.

If you could visit anywhere in the world you’ve never been, where would you go?

New Zealand 

If you could pick one superpower, what would it be?

It would definitely be to read as much as I want, as fast as I want, and still be able to retain it all. 

What are three material things you couldn’t live without?

My home, wine, and watches.

What is your favorite tv show/movie and/or book?

Book: The Surrender Experiment by Michael Singer 

Movie: Dead Poets Society