"I have traveled to 12 countries and 81 cities (the equivalent of 7.2 times around the Earth) visiting Wolf Star Technologies customers, and on each and every trip I have traveled with my Razor scooter to demonstrate our TRUE-LOAD™ software!
I'm also pleased to say I have never fallen down!"
"My superpower is Creative Thinking! I'm not an artist or a designer or even an engineer – but I am a natural born problem solver. My past 10 years working alonside Wolf Star Technologies founder Tim Hunter has given me the opportunity to uncover and build relationships with customers across the globe."
“My favorite hobby is home renovation… everything from a complete gut to interior décor (I land somewhere between Chip and Joanna Gaines). I love to use classics and what I already have, and leave “spendy & trendy” in the dust. I have every tool imaginable – my favorites are my 2” angled Purdy paint brush and Ryobi Sawzall.”
“I love making an impact in people’s lives. In addition to my role at Wolf Star Technologies I am also an Ambassador for Noonday Collection, a business that creates sustainable, fair trade, jewelry and accessories made by Artisan partners across the globe. This role allows me to be a stylist, a storyteller and a social entrepreneur – all while helping to create flourishing communities across the globe.”
“You might have guessed that Tim Hunter is my dad. He has been an amazing role model and teacher throughout my entire life. When I was nine years old he taught me HTML and we built a website together that featured our cats.
We’re both cat
"“Many say I am an engineer to the core –
I prefer to think of myself as an inventor. As an inventor I’m not always creating something new, rather I am searching for new possibilitie to advance existing thinking and technologies. I have the ability to look at how things need to work and how to bridge from the current state to the needed solution. My True-Load™ software is one such invention.”
“After raising 3 kids in a holistic way, I am fully committed to the value of growing our own food and creating a healthy community.
In 2014 I decided to combine these beliefs with greater action and became a board member for Victory Garden Initiative, a nonprofit in the Milwaukee area. Today, as Chairman of the Board, I am honored to guide a passionate team of staff and volunters dedicated to connecting people to growing their own food and the communities we serve.”
“I think of my choice in professions as “engineering found me” rather than me finding engineering. I didn’t come from a long lineage of engineers. I love math and geometry, and the idea of designing and building something nobody else ever has.
As a kid, rather than wanting all of the newest toys – I loved spending my time designing and building cardboard forts, every detail mattered.”
“I love to bake, it helps me to clear my mind and is one of my
favorite ways to
express my creativity. Cooking and baking
also provide life lessons that go well beyond taste including joy, connection, calm, confidence, focus
Baking has always fascinated me. Not only because I love the flavors, but also because I love to prepare food for others. Cookies are my favorite thing to bake – they are always delicious and easy to share.”