Meet our newest Beep Peep! Darlene Ciprian is Beep’s new Office Administrator and Executive Assistant. Darlene joins us from Aress Corp where she was a Sales/Marketing Manager and Office Manager. Before that, she was Business Partner and Admin at Graphite Performance.
Darlene is a resident of Orlando where she lives with her family and she enjoys Salsa dancing in her spare time. Get to know Darlene a little better by reading on…. Cha cha cha!
Describe yourself using 3/5 words?
Kind, loyal, determined, respectful
What are you best known for?
I would have to say I am known for my sense of humor, my organizational skills and my willingness to do what it takes to get the job done.
Why did you pick Beep?
It is an exciting company and I believe in the product and technology. I am very much looking forward to being a part of the innovation that Beep represents.
What do you think other people should know about Beep?
I believe that this technology is not about taking jobs away, it’s about transforming jobs and creating more interesting and exciting opportunities for people in the industry.
What problem do you hope to solve for Beep and its customers?
Anything within my reach! I think Beep is a company that will evolve the transportation industry and give people more choices in how to move around. It will also provide mobility for people that are in some way restricted from driving themselves.
How do you see yourself commuting 10 years from now in 2029?
I hope its flying cars.
What do you work toward in your free time?
I like doing home improvement projects. Seems like there is always something that can be updated, redefined or just made more fun.
What do you think about when you’re alone in your car?
I take the time in the car to be mindful and think through things happening in my life. I also pray.
What’s the last thing you watched on TV?
Game of Thrones
What was the last movie you watched?
What was the first concert that you went to?
What was the last thing you googled?
I have a real fear of…
Heights while driving so I guess I need to rethink vision of a flying car!