Tanis or Nyt doesn't take kindly to unexpected visits, depending on who they are from. Her office is large and bright, there is a living area complete with a sofa, twin arm chairs and a coffee table just past the entrance to her office and before her actual desk. Located in the very back of her office is a heavy, dark wood desk, there are two seats placed in front for whomever may come to speak with her, mostly for interviewees. If she can be found in here she is usually behind her desk, or stationed in the living area overlooking previous, current and future Aurors. She is a very critical woman and wants only the most qualified of candidates to become or even be associated with the title Auror.
He'd smile. "It's nice to meet you also. Your Mother used to talk about you a lot when she was in office here. So, given the surname change I assume since then you've gotten married? How's married life?"
She smiled nodding. "It's been about 8 years now, but it's been great. We've got a little 5 year old boy now and he's the sweetest. We also just took in the child of one of my old friends, so we've had an interesting few months."
He'd nod. "It sounds like it. So, I looked through your file..." He'd look down at some parchment flipping through it. "Graduated from Hufflepuff, Head Girl, Good Grades..." He'd look back up at her. "...and then went to play quidditch for a number of years. So...what would you say your greatest achievements are...and they don't necessarily have to be work or school related."
“I like to think that my biggest achievement is fulfilling the goals I set for myself when I was younger. Some of the seemed quite unobtainable at first, but I worked hard to make sure that it was a possibility. I had wanted to be a professional quidditch player since I was able 10. I was constantly told that it wasn’t likely going to happen but I pushed myself as I was growing up to develop the necessary skills. So, really, I think that my biggest achievement was being able to persevere through the challenges thrown at me to do what I always dreamed of.”
“Honestly, probably a little of both. I was definitely motivated to aim high and try to achieve great things as well. But, I was always met with a worry that any success I had was because of my family. Fortunately, I’ve grown to see my abilities and achievements separate from my family’s and that I’ve got where I am because of hard work.”