Meet Connor Boos, GenAlpha’s Data Analyst Intern
Learn about one of the newest additions to our team here at GenAlpha Technologies, Connor Boos. In a quick sit down with him we learned about his studies in computer and data science, as well as his passion for track and field. Discover more about Connor below.
What field of study are you pursing in college? (Major, minor, etc.)
Majors: Computer Science and Data Science
What do you do at GenAlpha?
I am the Data Analyst Intern.
What are the values that drive you?
Hard work, Dedication, Perseverance, and Kaizen.
What do you like about working at GenAlpha?
The atmosphere and the attitude brought each and every day. The employees at Gen Alpha are friendly and motivate each other. The experience received as an intern is great preparation for the real world.
Who inspires you?
My dad is my biggest inspiration. He has worked his way up through years of hard work and has become a Senior Director and the head of a Sales team in California. Throughout his career he has made sacrifices for the sake of his family and has consistently inspired me with words of encouragement throughout my life. His dedication was a light that I followed on my path towards higher education and in my internships. His everyday effort to provide and care for his family is something I strive to become.
What’s the coolest thing you are working on right now?
Currently I am working on a Sales Analysis for GE Transportation that should help them to restructure their pricing and improve profitability.
What’s the last book you read?
The Bible (NIV).
What did you do before coming to GenAlpha?
I worked as a Website Manager.
What’s your favorite place in the world?
Phoenix, Arizona, as that is where my extended family resides and I hope to live someday.
What do you do when you’re not at GenAlpha?
Training, I am a track and field athlete for Marquette University. Otherwise enjoy my free time conversing with roommates and friends.
What’s your favorite quote?
“A dream doesn’t become a reality through magic; it takes sweat, determination, and hard work.” – Colin Powell
If you were a crayon, what color would you be?
I would be green because my eyes are green.