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I am the Nth Generation – Brandon Hughey

Learn more about Nth's most important asset – its people in our "I am the Nth Generation" series.

What’s your job title? Senior Solutions Engineer

How many years have you been with Nth? 23 years this July

What does a typical day for you at Nth look like? I deliver Nth services to our customers (Virtualization, Servers, and Backup).

Which fellow Nth’er(s) inspire you and why? I love and admire many of my coworkers. Rich Baldwin (Executive Board Member, Strategic Advisor) & Jan Baldwin (CEO) have done an amazing job finding “awesome people”.

What led you to this career/working at Nth? Todd Burkhardt (Co-President, Client Engagement & CIO) suggested I give Nth a try.

What is one of your favorite things about your job? I love making the customer happy and "delivering awesome".

What is a work accomplishment you are proud of? I cant just name one.

What motivates you at work? I always strive to give my best.

What is one of the biggest lessons you’ve learned in your career? Good things happen for good people; strive to be good.

What was your first job? United States Navy. I did work at a donut shop as a kid.

What is the best career advice you’ve received? If you are going to do something, try to do it your best.

What is your favorite place that you’ve travelled to? I love Hawaii.

What is your favorite movie and/or book? Pulp Fiction

Describe your ideal weekend. Spending time with family

What famous person or historical figure would you most like to meet and why?

Bob Marley. I feel like he was a chill guy and his music has filled me with joy.

What 3 items would you bring with you to a deserted island? A boat, satellite phone, and beer

What is your perfect meal? One spent with family or good friends, and NO CELL PHONES

What is the strangest thing you’ve ever eaten? I stay away from strange food.

What do you like to do for fun? Relax with family. I enjoy watching a Padres game with my brother Todd.

What was your first concert? My first concert was Oingo Boingo, and my first cassette tape was a self-made radio mix.

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