Seward Co-op has been providing its customers with the highest quality food and services for more than 45 years. Since the beginning, staff has been a key element to cultivating a healthy community at Seward Co-op. We encourage you to read the 2019 Scorecard/Annual Report to learn more. For now, get to know one member of our co-op staff!
If you have come to the Creamery Café, you will have most likely seen this smiling face. Tiara has been working at the co-op for over four years. Now she will be a regular face at the Deli at the Franklin store as the assistant deli manager.
Tiara, Assistant Deli Manager
When did you begin to work at Seward Co-op?
I started working at the co-op four years ago as a hostess when the Creamery Café opened.
What do you like best about working here?
I like that there are opportunities for growth if you are willing and ready. I enjoy the encouragement I have received from management and other staff members to be my best and truest self. Last but not least, I like learning how to feed my body quality food.
What are you most looking forward to in your new position?
I am looking forward to my new role as Franklin assistant deli manager and learning how to properly lead a team. I am excited to help assist Karl in creating a solid foundation that will make the Deli counter the best place to both work and shop. I am also excited about the opportunity to meet the many customers and employees that both shop and work at Seward Co-op’s Franklin store.
What is your favorite food/item to get at the co-op?
My favorite item at the co-op is the Ginger Berry Smoothie. It is really refreshing.
Do you have any “hidden talents”?
My hidden talent is that I am a very creative person. In my free time, I like to look up DIYs and bring them to life around my home.
What has your journey been like working at Seward Co-op?
My journey at the Co-op has had high and low points, but I have to say it has been a wonderful ride that isn’t finished yet. I still have a lot of growing to do, and I plan to keep doing that here!
Anything else you want people to know about you?
Now that you have gotten to know who I am, I hope to see you stop by the Deli counter and say, “Hello!”