Meet An Alkaloid: Pamela Bratton
What are you working on right now?
My current focus is studying for the Georgia Bar Exam.
I was referred to Alkaloid by one of my mentors (thanks Alkaloid member Aimee Clark!) and after coming in for a tour, I knew it was a perfect fit. I have always struggled working from home and now, due to the pandemic, having to be forced to work at home has been difficult. Alkaloid is definitely a godsend I have been able to maintain a better focus while here.
How are you using the space during the pandemic?
I study at a dedicated desk all day. When I need to clear my head, I take a quick walk on the Beltline or work on puzzles at the community table. If I need to meet with study partners, take practice tests or participate in conference calls I am easily able to reserve a conference room to do so.
What advice would you give someone considering coworking?
Always do what works best for your situation. Maintaining productivity and quality work are most important for me and most times I am unable to do that working from home. Those that can relate should give coworking spaces a try.
Tell us about your experience at Alkaloid?
I am having a great, comfortable experience at Alkaloid . Everyone has been kind and encouraging. Although studying for my bar exam is mentally exhausting, I couldn’t ask for a better place to spend this time.
Law and medical students get 50% off their first month of a dedicated desk membership. Come study with us!