Team Spotlight: Operations Manager, Abby Nolte!
Join us in welcoming our newest team member, Abby Nolte, from NYC! Abby recently joined Kompass Funding as our Operations Manager. She was previously based in mid-town Manhattan at JPMorgan where she focused on sales and distribution strategy for their exchange-traded fund (ETF) platform.
As an operations manager, Abby will be focusing on enhancing our client experience, establishing internal processes, expanding our marketing strategy, and researching business opportunities. She earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics from Villanova University where she was also a member of the varsity track and field team. She is a born and raised jersey girl who made her way to the Midwest. We asked her a couple questions to get know her better and we are thrilled to have her on our team!
Where did you grow up? Branchburg, NJ
What are you most excited about to experience in Kansas? KC BBQ and Chiefs football!
What are you going to miss about NYC? The pizza and bagels.
What is your favorite thing to do on the weekends? I love hanging out with friends & family, cooking, and doing anything outside.
What is your favorite food? Pizza, but I also love all breakfast food.
Do you have any pets? Unfortunately, no, but I do see a dog in my future.
What is your favorite outdoor activity? I love anything outside. Walking, running (sometimes), playing games. I just learned to slalom ski this summer so I’m pretty excited about that.
What show are you binge watching right now? Cheers.
What was the last song you played on your Spotify? Dreams by Fleetwood Mac. There was a recent viral video with that song and I honestly didn’t know any of the words.
What was your favorite place you ever traveled? Shanghai. I studied abroad there for 6 weeks.
What excites you most about working for Kompass Funding? To be apart of a new organization where we can really get our hands dirty and make an impact on our community and beyond. There are so many small-midsized companies out there struggling to make ends meet because of cash flow constraints and we have an opportunity to help them and enable them to not just get by, but grow.