25 Faces of CLT

Angie Taylor

Angie Taylor - 2400

Name: Angie Taylor

Employer: Facilities

What is your job title? Chief Maintenance Mechanic

How long have you worked at CLT? 18 years, nine months

What originally attracted you to working at CLT?
I was recommended through Blue Ridge Job Corps Center.

Describe your typical workday.
My typical day includes checking emails, conducting a morning meeting with my team, project inspections, a terminal walkthrough and ordering material and supplies.

What do you like most about working at CLT?
What I like most about working at CLT are my colleagues. It’s like we’re family. Second, each day is different. You never know what the day will bring.

What daily attitude/saying/motto do you bring to your job?
It’s all in eight (hours) no matter what task you are handed. It takes more work to hide from work rather than just doing it.

Do you have any fun memories or moments/stories from your time at CLT that you would like to share?
I became a dog and cat owner because of the Airport. My kitten was cut out of a wall, and my dog was dropped off at the Lufthansa ticket counter.

What keeps you at CLT?
I love my job! Where else could I find a job like this. CLT is one of a kind.

What makes the City of Charlotte a special place to live/work?
Charlotte is vibrant. There’s great entertainment. The city continues growing, and the Airport makes Charlotte a special place to live.

What is the best advice you’ve gotten from someone since starting work at CLT?
The best advice I’ve received is to take the state board of plumbing examination from Bill Almond and measure twice, cut once from Bill Bullard.

If you could hop on a plane and fly anywhere, where would you fly and why?
It would have to be Maldives because of the sheer beauty of the island.