Could you tell us a bit about your career journey? 


I come from the world of professional sports, having played basketball for 14 years in the NBA. A few years later, I switched to a radically different career. That’s when I started to work with Sngular and moved into the world of tech. With that, I started learning, I started taking some courses to prepare myself for this new career. It’s been an amazing journey so far.


How has your ability to adapt helped you in your career shift?


I believe you should always be ready to transition and adapt to a new career. I think it’s simply a matter of being ready and learning. For me, shifting from sports, in my case basketball, to ending up with Sngular as an advisor, working with Uniq and having the opportunity to have conversations with an amazing group of people has been incredible. Where there’s a will, there’s a way — it just takes time to update skills and adjust to a new role. Thankfully, I have the right people behind me to help me with that at Sngular.


How has Sngular helped you continue learning? 


Sngular has done this in the best way possible — by encouraging everyone to always keep learning. There is so much talent in this group and on the teams already, but it’s all about growing, getting better, and pushing every one of us to keep learning, keep looking forward and doing whatever we can to always get better. It's always great to have a company that pushes you to be a better version of yourself. 


How do you motivate those around you to learn new skills and adapt?


I always encourage everyone to keep learning. We can be the best we can be and work to achieve our life goals. For this, it's fundamental to hold on to a sense of curiosity, to keep learning new things and to surprise yourself by doing whatever you can to help your team even if it’s not what you planned for. That’s my advice: keep trying to get better; keep pushing yourself; keep believing in yourself. I think there is so much to learn in every department. 


Why should people consider working at Sngular?


I think people should consider working at Sngular because it's a different kind of company. We are a family. We genuinely feel it. Everybody is trying to help each other. And we say it's about not just the talent that you have, but how you work with others. This is an amazing group of people who will do whatever they can to help you grow and get better. And at the same time, Sngular offers the privilege of working with the best talent in each department. I mean it when I say this is a very special company.