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PEGASUS CEO MATTHEW TUCKER INTERVIEWS JENNA GENTRY

Published January 01, 2021

PEGASUS CEO MATTHEW TUCKER INTERVIEWS JENNA GENTRY

In this part of our Meet the Team series, where we get to know the staff of Pegasus Technologies better, CEO Matthew Tucker Interviews Central Dispatcher Jenna Gentry. Below is the transcription from this interview.

Matthew Tucker: Well, welcome everyone to another episode of Meet The Team with the CEO. Today, we have Jenna. Good morning Jenna.

Jenna Gentry: Hi, how are you?

Matthew: Good. How about yourself?

Jenna: Not too bad.

Matthew: Excellent. So Jenna, you just celebrated one year with Pegasus. That is great and congratulations.

Jenna: Thank you. I am happy to have been here for a year. It has been a great year.

Matthew: Excellent. Yeah, it has been great to have you, so that is mutual. Why don’t you take a minute and just tell us a little bit about yourself?

Jenna: Well, I am Jenna, I am a part of the Central Dispatch team. I am the one answering the call when you typically are calling in. I have a five-year-old son. His name is Jackson. If I am not here, I am typically out doing things with him.

Matthew: Excellent. All right, great. Thanks for the background there. All right, let us get right to the fun part, which is the submitted questions to ask. So, just have fun with them. I did not make them all up. All right. The first one is, which part of the roller coaster do you like to ride in: the front, the middle, or the back?

Jenna: The front.

Matthew: Right. It is the smoothest ride in my opinion.

Jenna: I agree.

Matthew: All right. So, next one if you were suddenly arrested for no reason and your face was flashed all over the news, what would your family and friends assume that you did?

Jenna: [laughter]. That would be interesting.

Matthew: [laughter].

Jenna: Probably, covering up something one of my friends has done.

Matthew: Oh, okay, take one for the team, right? Good. That is why you are a great team member here in Pegasus. What shows are you watching right now?

Jenna: Criminal Minds. I am rewatching from the beginning.

Matthew: All right. Is that Netflix?

Jenna: Yeah.

Matthew: Good. All right. Would you rather not wash your hair ever or never brush your teeth again? [chuckle]

Jenna: Those are kind of really bad [laughter]. I guess I would go brush my hair because not brushing your teeth, that is kind of low rank.

Matthew: Yes, pretty nasty. All right. When you scroll through social media, do you prefer posts from celebrities or posts by your best friends?

Jenna: Posts by my best friend.

Matthew: All right. What’s your favorite Disney movie?

Jenna: I have two. Mary Poppins and Lilo & Stitch.

Matthew: Oh wow, an old one, and a kind of old one.

Jenna: Yeah.

Matthew: How about your son?

Jenna: He is into– I think it is Disney. It is The Good Dinosaur.

Matthew: I do not know that one.

Jenna: He is into anything that has dinosaurs.

Matthew: Oh, dinosaur fan. All right, good. Do you squeeze the toothpaste tube from the top or the bottom?

Jenna: I guess, the bottom.

Matthew: The bottom? All right, I just kind of grab it, just squeeze.

Jenna: Besides, does the middle count?

Matthew: That is one option. Yeah, so you get run out the middle then you got to choose top or bottom. If animals can talk, what species do you think would be the rudest of them all?

Jenna: That is a hard one. [silence] Probably cats.

Matthew: Cats are kind of rude already. [laughter]

Jenna: Yeah, kind of what I am basing it on.

Matthew: Yeah, right. Okay. This is possibly fitting, but during an apocalypse, would it be better to live on your own, or live in a community?

Jenna: Looking at The Walking Dead aspect, I would probably say it is better off alone.

Matthew: Yeah. A lot of backstabbing going on there.

Jenna: Yeah, a little bit.

Matthew: Good. All right. Well, the last one we will give everybody something to think about here. If you had the world’s attention for thirty seconds, what would you say?

Jenna: That is a tough one. It is. That is a really powerful one. The only thing coming to my mind is to use Pegasus Technology such as your technology company [laughter].

Matthew: I think I am going to give you another review.

Jenna: [laughter]

Matthew: All right. Well, Jenna thanks for being a good sport, and thanks for coming on today and again, congratulations for one year, and we look forward to spending another year with you.

Jenna: Thank you. I am glad to be here. I cannot wait for the next year.

Matthew: All right, great. Have a great day, and then happy holidays.

Jenna: Thanks, same to you.

Matthew: All right. Bye now.

Jenna: Bye.

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Matthew Tucker
matthew@pegtec.com

As CEO of Pegasus Technologies, LLC, Matthew Tucker brings a rare combination of leadership attributes, technical expertise, and experience in the Information Technology industry. Matthew Tucker is responsible for the annual operating business plan as well as strategic direction. His strong commitment to the company’s growth is evident in his personal involvement with developing the current management team, as well as building the future leadership. Matthew Tucker works closely with the Executive staff to develop and monitor policies and procedures for ensuring the growth and stability of the company. Matthew Tucker’s passion for the company and staff is reflected in his continued efforts to ensure the company culture reflects its key values: personal growth, available management, and recognition of accomplishments.