Meet our New Full Stack Engineer, Tyler Funk
This summer we are ramping up our Development capacity with the addition of two new Full Stack Engineers to our team. This week we’re introducing Tyler Funk, one of our new staffers. He will be supporting our development of the PARTNER CPRM and PARTNERme, a Person-Centered Network Tool. We asked him a few questions this week to get to know him a bit better as he gets started. We hope you enjoy!
Tell Us About Yourself!
I grew up in Kansas City, MO, and moved to the Denver area when my wife found a great job here. Since moving, she inspired me to start a career in tech, and after finishing Flatiron School I found VNL through another graduate who started working there before me–Tobie Tsuzuki! Once I learned about VNL’s goals and mission, I was certain this was a fantastic place to work where I could feel good about what I do every day.
What is your new position and what do you hope to accomplish in it?
Who is a significant mentor in your life?
Where is your favorite place to visit on vacation?
What do you like to do away from work for fun or hobbies?
If you could have any superpower, what would it be, and why?
Welcome to the Team, Tyler!
If you work with any of our tools and software, you’ll soon be benefiting from Tyler’s hard work. If you come across him in your interactions with Visible Network Labs, be sure to wish him a warm welcome. We are excited to see what he and the rest of the Development Team accomplish in the year to come. Welcome to the team, Tyler!
PARTNERme: A Person Centered Network Tool
About the Author: Alex Derr, M.P.A.
Marketing & Communications Manager
Alex joined VNL in 2017, originally supporting our events. He now helps manages our communications and marketing strategy and content development work. Alex creates blogs, infographics, reports, and other content while managing our web and social media presence. He also runs our email marketing campaigns, tracks analytics, and conducts market research to drive our strategy. He supports our entire team with copywriting, graphic design and research, and helps with events, webinars, demos, and other online learning. When he isn’t at work Alex spends his time climbing 14ers (24 done, 34 to go!) and blogging on his own website, The Next Summit Blog.
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