Justin is our resident network and electronics’ whisperer. Mad*Pow would literally come to a screeching halt if it were not for him. Justin manages and troubleshoots all hardware/software issues, managing email and file servers, and tackles any technical problems that interfere with company productivity.
After graduating from NHTI in 2006 with a degree in Computer Information Systems, Justin honed his skills in customer service and desktop support for four years at Saint Anselm College in Manchester. He completed his BS in Management Information Systems at Southern New Hampshire University in 2015.
When he’s not helping Mad*Pow’s creative types dominate their rogue technology, Justin can be found experimenting with 3D printing or barreling down mountainsides on bikes or skis with his wife.
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