Nice to Meet You, Paul!

Nice to Meet You, Paul!

Meet Paul Mora, CitiScape’s Chief Operations Manager. Paul runs the CitiScape Nob Hill office like a well-oiled machine all while donning the finest threads. Let’s get the scoop on Paul!

 

I’m most inspired by… Hmmm…

The five things I love/can’t live without…

1. My ipod/music

2. My Family – They keep me grounded

3. My Friends – They help me dream

4. My job – Beyond the money, I love what I do

5. My home – It  is my sanctuary


My creative outlet is… the kitchen. I love to cook, bake, create.

I read… cookbooks, comics and how-to books and History. Boring, huh?

What I like about my job… Making people happy. I take what I learned about customer service from my previous career and put it to better use. I think of what I do as creating an experience that lasts for years. It’s always a challenge with a lot of different personalities all wanting attention.

When I’m not at work, you can find me… looking for mischief. I love exploring neighborhoods, finding new places and experiences. Right now, I’m hooked on the Mission.

My favorite place in San Francisco… Golden Gate Park. So much to do or not do. It’s a great place to explore. I love to ride my bike, or see the museum exhibits or just sit and people watch. I can find something new every time I go.

If I could live any other place, I’d live in… Seattle. If I ever run away, that’s where you’ll find me. It has a great feel. It reminds me of San Francisco when I was younger. The people are friendly and it is far less crowded. It’s a great place to walk and discover.

My favorite CitiScape moment…It was the Christmas Party 2009, held at the famous Yacht Club. It must have taken me 15 minutes to make from one end of the place to the other, as I was greeting and shaking hands with everybody in the place. It was at that moment when it donned on me how big the company had gotten. When I started in 2004, there were only about a dozen employees. I was amazed at how much it had grown. I was so proud. I felt like I finally belonged to something really special. I still feel that everyday.

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