Jessica Pope

Manager, Territory Operations

Music Lover, Adventurer, Voracious Learner

What do you do at Cydcor?

Over the past seven years I have had the opportunity to rotate into different roles to learn everything I can about business operations. Currently I am serving as the Manager of Territory Optimization. This is an exciting role at Cydcor where I am responsible for leading the Territory team. The team is responsible for collaborating with campaign management, the field, clients, and internal team members to help improve territory and lead management processes.

What makes Cydcor Special?

The people. Everyone here at Cydcor genuinely cares about each other and wants to help others succeed.

Jessica Pope poses with two female Cydcor colleagues on the beach.

Jessica and Cydcor colleagues Agnes Konopka and Olivia Varvais visit Puerto Vallarta after winning a trip there through a Cydcor competition.

How has working at Cydcor helped you grow?

Cydcor is full of amazing coaches and everyone is always willing to help you reach your full potential. I have been trusted with new challenges and opportunities beyond what I thought I could ever achieve. The leadership team here at Cydcor believes that everyone can meet their full potential if they put in the work, and I have seen this value demonstrated throughout my career here.

What is your favorite part of working at Cydcor?

The opportunity for growth is my favorite part about Cydcor. If you work hard, anything is possible for your career path. I started out entry level in the Compliance Department and worked with my manager to develop the skills I needed to become supervisor of the department. With her help and hard work, I was able to reach this goal. From there, I was given the opportunity to help start a new department called Service Innovation from scratch, along with the department director. After building the new Service team, I was promoted to manage the department where I led the Device Support business function through department restructure and process improvement. Now I’m focusing on learning everything I can in Territory Optimization to help improve processes for the team and the field. At Cydcor the sky is the limit!

Jessica Pope poses with a friend in front of a waterfall.

Jessica with her sister on a hike in Multnomah Falls in Portland, Oregon.

What do you love about the business?

One of Cydcor's core values is development of their people. This value is evident by the time managers spend with their people. We have scheduled personal development planning meetings with our managers every month, but all managers I have ever had here are always available and we talk daily. I speak with members of our executive team every day, and they genuinely care about my personal and professional growth.