Alyce All-Stars Featuring Rosie Partmann

Sit down with corgi mom, fitness guru, and San Diego native Rosie Partmann to learn why she's a Personal Experience All-Star!

About this program

The Alyce All-Stars program exists to highlight Alyce Customers and Friends who have mastered the art of “personal experience.”

An All-Star prioritizes Building Rapport, Earning Trust, and Generating Loyalty over making someone feel like just another face in the crowd.

All-Stars challenge the status quo and – while they’re not officially Alyce employees – we consider them an extension of our team. They find creative ways to infuse our core values of Give First, Give Consistently, Be Crafty, Seize the Present, and Unwrap the Possibility into their unique way of doing business.

This week’s All-Star is Rosie Partmann, Director of Outbound Strategy at Titan Growth!

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Q: Share with us some of your personal interests?
I love a good workout, so I’m big into fitness. I love my dog, I have a corgi named Pippi so my life kind of revolves around her and getting her energy out. She’s still a puppy so she runs around a lot. And I live in San Diego so I love laying on the beach or by the pool.

Q: What was your first screen name?
Oh it’s so embarrassing, it was on AOL instant messenger. The name was very middle-school era is all I’m going to say.

Q: What song is on repeat right now for you?
Coulda Loved You Longer by Adam Doleac. It’s a country song that I love so much because it reminds me of myself and my husband. We met at work and knew we loved each other but didn’t date for six years. Then when we started dating we got married pretty quickly because we had known each other and loved each other for so long and this song tells a similar story so I’ve been listening to it nonstop.

Q: As a child, what did you want to be when you grew up?
I wanted to be a dentist or a teacher. I had a pretty bad dentist and thought I could be better than them so I think that’s where the dentist idea came from but I would have also loved to be a teacher. I didn’t end up going down either of those paths though.

Q: What’s your favorite thing about the place where you live? Why and how do you take advantage of it?
I was born and raised in San Diego so I love that my friends and family are still here. It’s so nice to have a built-in support system around you.

Q: What would be the title of your memoir?
Rosie: Play and Have Fun. I think that would be a solid description of my life.

Q: What’s something you consider yourself to be ok at but not great at?
Golf. I play regularly with my husband and I’m definitely not the best. It’s just such a fun activity to do with friends and it’s easy to love doing it even if you’re not great at it.

Q:What is the best gift you have ever received?
Definitely my engagement ring.

Q:Beach, safari, or forest vacation?
Safari for sure. It’s just so unlike any kind of landscape we have in the US.

Q: If you could give a piece of advice to your younger self, what would it be?
Always believe in yourself and never give up.

Q: Would you rather be an olympic gold medalist or win a nobel prize? And why?
Olympic gold medalist in track. Watching the olympic trials and seeing the amazing athleticism from the womens runners, especially in the relay, 100, and 200 is amazing. And I used to run track and loved it.

Q: Are you a morning person or a night owl? How do you like to start your day?
I’m a night owl, I can be up until 2am no problem. I would say the time of day where I’m really in my zone is from 4-6pm though.

Q: How did you meet your childhood best friend?
Her name is Christina, we met at cheer camp the summer in between eighth grade and high school. We shared a room at your camp and would prank called boys all night. We’ve been best friends ever since.

Q: If you could live through any event in history, what event would that be? Why would you want to live through that event?
Definitely the 80’s, I think I would love the clothes and the music.

 

July 30, 2021
Stacy O.