Employee Spotlight: Carrie Sixkiller

Carrie Sixkiller is our featured employee this month. Carrie has been with Suntell for a total of 9 years, currently working as our office manager. She likes that we are still a small company but are able to serve much larger customers.  Carrie’s favorite product is SDI (Suntell Document Imaging). She uses the product daily and it allows her to stay organized by keeping piles of paper off of her desk.

Carrie grew up in Oklahoma and moved to Kansas in 1998. Prior to working at Suntell, she worked as a real estate appraiser and a corporate service representative for a national construction material testing firm. She attended college in Oklahoma and was one semester shy from receiving her Early Childhood Development degree when she decided not to pursue a teaching career.

Carrie lives in Kansas with her husband, 5 year old dog Little Miss Molly and 12 year old cat SissyCat. She enjoys motorcycle and boat riding, raising Monarch butterflies, and volunteering for an organization called Silverbackks which helps local girls and women. Carrie was recently featured in Boating Magazine in an article about The Lake of Ozarks Shootout.

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