What brought you to Logic20/20?
I learned about Logic20/20 through a friend who was working for the firm at the time. I was wrapping up my time at UW and was eager to get out in the real world and get my career kicked off. I knew I wanted to do something that would allow me to grow my skill sets, help me develop myself professionally and personally, and expose me to multiple industries and practices. The cherry on top was the culture fit, great colleagues, and dedication from the firm to develop my career. I consider myself a very ambitious person who is eager to make a difference and grow rapidly; Logic20/20 continues to make room for this to be a reality for me.
What’s your background?
My undergraduate background is in engineering. I was convinced that I wanted to be the next Tony Stark and went down the path of Mechanical Engineering which quickly came to a halt when I realized it wasn’t for me. I then pivoted towards Industrial Engineering where I learned about concepts like project management and lean principles to augment my muscles in analytical and technical thinking. I very much wanted to straddle the line between business and technology and I was able to find that here. My very first job out of college was at Logic20/20 and I haven’t looked back since.
Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering – University of Washington, Seattle
What do you think makes a great consultant?
I think the best consultants are not necessarily those that are subject matter experts in one particular area, but those that are able to learn new things and become dangerous quickly. Technology moves fast and there’s no sign of slowing down which means we need to continually adapt, learn, and grow.
“If you’re not first, you’re last” – Ricky Bobby “I've missed more than 9,000 shots in my career. I've lost almost 300 games. Twenty-six times I've been trusted to take the game winning shot and missed. I've failed over and over and over again in my life. And that is why I succeed.” – Michael Jordan “You know nothing, Jon Snow” – Various
I enjoy the finer things in life such as Game of Thrones, pickup basketball, NBA, NFL, food, and of course sleep.
A day in the life of a consultant - take a look at one of Daniel's average days