“There is no such thing as a stupid question”
My dad always pushed me to be the best version of myself. From a young age he told me that nothing in life is handed to you; if you want something, you’re going to have to work hard to earn it.
I started as an intern at TEE back in 2016 right after graduating from college. From there I became a full time BIM technician. Following my dad’s advice, I worked hard and after my fourth year of learning electrical design, I was able to work my way up to become a Designer.
I enjoy how intellectually stimulating all the different tasks one must take on to work as an Electrical Engineer and the wide variety of projects I get to work on is endlessly fascinating. There is rarely a dull moment in this profession.
I am proud of my growth in my design abilities since starting my career at TEE, as well as the many contributions I have made to the company. I helped create our Culture and LEED committees, organized several TEE fitness programs and coached the 2021 TEE softball team to a championship in the Sacramento area Architectural/Engineering Softball Tournament.