Quick Facts
  • 1. Name, title?

    Yvette Alvarado, Designer

    2. Where is your hometown?

    Anaheim, California

    3. What type of company did you work at previously and what was your role there?

    I worked for a Herman Miller Dealership in OC, and I was a Project Designer there as well. I want to be a well versed Designer and that is why I looked into my growth with Tangram Interiors.

    4. What is something you recently crossed off your bucket list?

    I recently visited Zion National Park, and I was able to cross that off of my list. Next up is Banff in Canada.

    5. How would you describe your favorite food to someone who’s never had it before?

    I would describe it as hardy, filling, and absolutely delicious. It’s Peruvian food.

    6. If you could have lunch with someone famous (dead or alive) who would it be and why?

    I would have to say Caleb Followill, the lead singer of Kings of Leon. I am very passionate  about music, and his songs and melodies have been a favorite of mine since I was 17.

    7. What are you most looking forward to in your new role at Tangram?

    I am looking forward to learning new product, being a well rounded designer, and ultimately I want to be a go-to resource for  the company and my future teams. I am also excited to learn about the company culture.

    8. What is the bravest thing you’ve ever done?

    Hmmm, long story short, I have used a defibrillator on someone before, and I am happy to say we saved his life. It definitely was a scary situation but it had a beautiful outcome.

    9. How many donuts are you capable of eating in one sitting?

    I always aim high so I’ll commit to three in one sitting.

    10. What do you hope to bring to the Tangram team?

    I hope to use my previous knowledge and skills to learn all of the product lines quickly so that I can eventually be an important resource to this company. I value being valuable and it is my goal to become a top producer and a helpful hand when needed. I also hope to be a positive and joyful influence to others.

Yvette Alvarado