Recently, the Columbia Business Times offered Tami Ensor as one of the top “gatekeepers” in Columbia. The magazine, which identifies itself as “mid-Missouri’s trusted source for news and info about local business,” featured Ensor and two others for their excellent performance in executive assistant roles.
Ensor resides in Holliday with her family and makes the one-hour drive almost every day to her self-proclaimed dream job.
According to the article, “Beyond being the corporate secretary and handling the logistics surrounding MFA Oil’s eight-member board of directors, she also serves as executive assistant to president and chief executive officer Mark Fenner, chief financial officer Robert Condron and chief human resources officer Janice Seprico, and she serves as the secretary and treasurer of the MFA Oil Foundation, which provides grants to nonprofit organizations in the communities in which the company has significant numbers of members and employees.”
Throughout the article, Ensor is praised for her attention to detail, organizational habits and readiness to help.
In the main portion of the article it reads, “They’re the unsung heroes behind some of the most powerful people in Columbia.” Columbia Business Times also tells its readers that Ensor makes “the business world turn.”
Disclosure: This article was produced by Danielle Wheelan while working at the Monroe County Appeal.