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Introducing Tayler Smith – Sales and Marketing Associate

Tayler Smith

Education: Master of Business Administration at St. Bonaventure University – 2021

Bachelor of Science in Computer Information Systems & Technology from the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford – 2017

How did you get into the technology field? In my junior year at Pitt Bradford, I decided to make the change from Early Level Education to CIS&T after working with my boyfriend and his brother building and fixing computers.

When did you join the Databranch team? January, 2021

What do you like best about Databranch? I like the close feel of the team and the welcoming environment.

How would you describe your role at Databranch? I assist the sales and marketing team.

What’s an interesting way that you use technology in your personal life? I love to build computers for both myself and my family and friends.

How many computers do you own? I currently have 3; my desktop, MacBook Air, and an old iMac.

Hobbies: I love to read; I always have my Kindle with me. I also love spending time with friends and family, and currently, decorating and organizing my new house with my boyfriend, Zachary.

Pets: I have three cats, Weasley (named after Ron Weasley), Nala, and Charlie.

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