This week, we’re pleased to introduce you to another one of our new employees, Andrew Young, a digital specialist in the Bay Area. Learn more about Andrew below and connect with him on LinkedIn here.
Name: Andrew Young
How long have you been at Caltronics?
Why did you join Caltronics?
I joined team Caltronics because of the opportunity to work with awesome people. The direction of the company is incredible and the sky is really the limit for all of us here. I was blessed to know the Reilly family since 7th grade and understand all of the great values the Reilly’s stand for.
People, People, People. Our staff is second to none.
I worked in Oakland with the Golden State Warriors in the ticket sales department. As much as I would like to take credit for their great start to the season, I had nothing to do with it.
Menlo College is where I graduated from with a degree in Mass Communication Marketing. I had a great experience and was fortunate to graduate in four years. The relationships I made were life long relationships and it didn’t hurt living in beautiful Menlo Park.
Do you play any sports? Tell us about them.
I was born with a basketball in my hand from day 1. I played basketball four years at Menlo College and made all-conference my senior year. Before Menlo, I played 4 years of hoop at Jesuit High School in Sacramento with fellow Caltronics employees Kyle Harvey, Rod Hawkins, Dan Reilly Jr., Marquese Smith, and Adam Wager. We are currently in the process of having Mr. Reilly sponsor a Caltronics basketball team. Stay tuned.
What do you love to do in your spare time?
The relationships we make in life is what it is all about. I enjoy spending time with friends and family as much as possible along with staying active with sports.
What might a co-worker be surprised to know about you?
Well, I heard we have a lot of golfers here at team Caltronics. I actually was in a competitive golf league during ages 10-12. There were prizes for the top players along with challenges through out the 18 holes of play. I was pretty good back then. But, in this day and age, make sure you are ready to yell FORE when I hit the ball!