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As Sales Engineer II, Brian Edleman acts as a technical liaison between sales, engineering, and operations. He also manages DQE’s off-net access vendor relationships.
As an intern in college, I worked in the HR department for the company that invented snowboarding. They were in the process of rolling out a new CRM system. My role was to interview executive-level management to quantify their employees’ skill sets properly. Sounds boring, right? In hindsight, I was 20 years old, sitting down with those directly responsible for bringing snowboarding to the mainstream. It ended up being an awesome gig.
This spring, I will participate in my ninth marathon in eight years. I am scheduled to run number ten in Chicago this fall if all goes well.
The pandemic exposed the digital divide in parts of rural America and, to some degree, lower-income sections of urban areas. I hope that both large and small telecommunications companies will bring digital equality to those in underserved areas.
In my mind, I like to spend my free time skiing, biking, fly-fishing, and running – all things that I enjoy. In reality, I can usually be found entertaining my kids or out walking the pandemic puppy around Highland Park – you know, the puppy everyone promised to walk.
Leadership is the act of creating a culture that drives people to want to be the best version of themselves while also allowing them to be themselves without fear of retribution.
Who doesn’t want to play for the home team, right? I am a Pittsburgh guy. Before DQE, I spent most of my career in Wholesale Sales selling domestic and international access services to global carriers. It was a lot of pricing tables, spreadsheets, and faceless individuals. Anything that I sold was installed a world away with little fanfare. It was thankless. DQE offered the opportunity to make Telecommunications valuable right here in Pittsburgh.