Meet Knotel's
NORA GANLEY-ROPER

Careers - Nora’s Story
 How She Came To Knotel
Nora’s Story
How She Came To Knotel
Nora studied physics in college and had a career in finance for five years. After realizing finance was not her passion, Nora left her job—and traveled the world for six months. Upon returning, she took a job running a wine store in New York City. She then realized not only that she loved wine, but that what she loved most in all her past jobs was operations. So Nora left her position at the wine store to explore operations within a startup environment.
Careers - What Nora Does
 SENIOR OPERATIONS MANAGER
What Nora Does
SENIOR OPERATIONS MANAGER
Much of Nora’s job focuses on what Knotel looks like when it’s running efficiently—and strategizing how to take it to an even better place. Whether it’s handling a burst pipe, helping a member plan an event, or undertaking strategic projects to sustain the company’s growth, Nora’s role revolves around balancing Knotel’s short-term and long-term goals.
 
 
“One of the best things about Knotel is that we get to work with so many different types of people. Our day-to-day life is not only just about Knotel but about the 50 to 100 companies that use Knotel—and that’s a really cool aspect of our work.”
 
“One of the best things about Knotel is that we get to work with so many different types of people. Our day-to-day life is not only just about Knotel but about the 50 to 100 companies that use Knotel—and that’s a really cool aspect of our work.”
 
 
“The ideal Knotel employee is someone who has a combination of strategic and creative thinking, but also an understanding of when it’s time to just get their hands dirty and switch between levels of responsibility.”
 
“The ideal Knotel employee is someone who has a combination of strategic and creative thinking, but also an understanding of when it’s time to just get their hands dirty and switch between levels of responsibility.”