Congratulations to Kevin Wind, Cisco Dedicated Field Engineer at Acuative for being featured in an article in The Stanford Herald.
Kevin began his career at Central Carolina Community College, where students learned to climb telephone poles, run cable and install phone equipment. For several years, Kevin managed to mix full-time work and full-time school. Two years after graduating with his associate degree, he enrolled at East Carolina University to complete the Bachelor of Science in Information Technology. Kevin graduated from ECU about two years ago and now works full-time with Cisco as a contractor — one of only 10 field technicians globally. When customers have a problem with the Cisco Unified Computing System that service technicians can’t fix, company representatives escalate the case to Kevin and his colleagues on Cisco’s Virtual Support Escalation Team. Kevin has now spent more than five years as a Level 3 VSET Engineer for Cisco.
You can read the full article in the Stanford Herald here