If there is one single thing that makes Anchor Network Solutions great, it's the amazing team of employees we have. Everyone on the team is instrumental to the company's success and we want to take time to recognize them and help you get to know them better. So let’s kick off this month by sharing more about Help Desk Engineer, Mike Stewart.
Mike reports to Jacee Dobbs, our Help Desk Manager and Jacee had this to say about Mike:
“In a very short time, Anchor has already began to reap the benefits of having Mike on our team. He is level headed, calm, and possesses a drive to learn and improve. Mike has worked on several projects with Michael McFarland with great success and is quickly becoming well versed in server and network troubleshooting. His personality makes him a great candidate to work with those people who need a bit more reassuring and patience, which is a must in our industry! We are excited to see what the future holds for Mike and have big plans for him with Anchor.”
Want to know more about Mike? Read on!
Q. What do you do at Anchor?
MS: I am a Help Desk Engineer.
Q. Is there a specific project or projects that you have worked on recently that you are most proud of?
MS: The Project I’ve been most proud of is the Client Onboarding and Network Documentation of Christ Lutheran Church. It has given me the opportunity to meet the new clients and personally make a good impression of who Anchor is and the quality of service that we stand for.
Q. Specific clients that you have enjoyed working with?
MS: All of our clients are a pleasure to work with. One client that sticks out is Rocky Mountain Youth Clinics. I got to spend some time at the Aurora office and all the ladies there were a pleasure to work with. Plus what they do is simply amazing.
Q. What do you feel is your “power move” within the company?
MS: My calming personality. I can take a stressful situation and make it easy going. I have a calming effect on the people around me and I can turn their problems into solutions.
Q. What are your hobbies?
MS: I enjoy bowling and golfing, I also love to figure things out by taking them apart. I wasn’t always able to put them back together but I’ve gotten much better over time.
Q. What is the last concert you saw?
MS: The last concert I saw was Nickelback, and Papa Roach. It was awesome!
Q. What is the last movie you saw?
MS: I go to movies at least once a week. I just saw “The Cabin in the Woods”
Q. If you were stranded on a deserted island, what is the one food you could not live without?
Q. If you could live anywhere in the world, where would it be and why?
MS: Ireland. I have Irish in my blood and I always wanted to go to Ireland.
Q. If Hollywood made a movie about your life, whom would you like to see play the lead role as you?
MS: Jason Segel. He is very funny just like me.
Q. Favorite sports team and/or athlete?
MS: The Dallas Cowboys, since I was nine years old!
Q. If you could have three wishes, what would they be?
MS: 10 Billion Dollars. That my friends and family live a long healthy life. For 100 more wishes to use when I need them.
Q. What have you not done that you really want to do?
MS: I would love to Skydive.
Q. What is the wallpaper on your cell phone?
MS: Assassins Creed Brotherhood. It’s a video game.
Q. What can you do that most people cannot?
MS: When I bowl my ball curves.
Q. What is the last book you read?
MS: I don’t read much but I just finished the Hunger Games
Q. How would you describe yourself in three words?
MS: Calm, Caring. Trustful.
Q. Anything else we should know about you?
MS: My son Michael Edward Stewart JR was born on April 18th 2012 at 7:26pm. He weighed 5 pounds, 13 oz and was 18.5 inches long. Michael is our first child. Our parents are over the moon especially Rosa's mom because this is her first grandchild. Michael is my parents 6th grandchild although he is their first grandson.
Congratulations to Mike and Rosa and thank you Mike, for all your hard work on our Help Desk team. We are very happy to have you as part of the Anchor family.
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