Today we are introducing Ann Halley, Marketing and Communications Executive of Belgium and the Netherlands.

Name and Job title

Ann Halley – Marketing and Communications Executive BeNe

Describe your job in three words


What’s your go-to productivity trick?

My go-to productivity trick would be making to-do lists and checking them off. This way I have an overview of all my tasks (complete or not) and a way to show myself the progress I’ve made. This motivates me to keep on keeping on.

Are you a morning person or a night owl?

I’ve always been more of a night owl, but can adapt pretty well to the early bird lifestyle.

What’s something you’re proud of?

I am proud of having recieved my degree in International Communication Management within the timeframe I planned to achieve it. It was very challenging but I did it!

If you had to listen to one song for the rest of your life, what would it be?

XENA – Skrillex with Nai Barghouti. It’s an energising song and an invigorating mix of instruments, vocals & beats, the buildup and beat drop is everything.

Do you have any hidden talents or hobbies?

I can replicate drawings/paintings almost to a T with minimal effort if you give me some time to do it.

What is your favourite travel destination?

Sint Maarten! it’s my home country and I love to visit. It’s a vibrant and beautiful island filled with so many different cultures and people. The nature there is everything you can dream of in a tropical paradise. The beaches are one of the most striking and beautiful in the world and the food is to die for.

What’s the weirdest food you’ve ever eaten? 

Tripe – I don’t think it’s that weird but I know that many do! It’s used in a soups & stews and what I ate is called mondongo, it’s a delicious soup!

Who’s the most famous person you’ve ever met? Tell us the story of how you met.

I didn’t meet him, but I could have sworn I saw Frank Ocean in Utrecht on a random Thursday night.

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