Nicole works hard to improve the technology experience for Everspire clients, advisors, and employees alike. Although her best work may go unnoticed because our systems are functioning so well, Nicole works to keep Everspire databases working smoothly and ensures that our systems communicate with each other effectively.
Nicole has excelled at school and at work. She earned her B.S. from Weber State University in Forensic Investigation with a minor in Computer Science, and was recognized for her academic accomplishments by the University. On the job at Weber State, she quickly became a team lead in the Registration office, handling sensitive personal information and providing excellent customer service. She has also worked with individuals with autism to change behaviors of social significance using scientific techniques based on the principals of learning.
Although she thrives in a traditional work environment, Nicole also has an entrepreneurial streak. Not only does she design and create beautiful and inventive jewelry from gemstones and wire, she also created and manages her own website and she handles all customer relations. Her entrepreneurial side was also what allowed Everspire to find Nicole. We engaged her first as a contract programmer and she solved so many problems for us in that role that we didn’t want to let her get away.
When she is not solving Everspire’s technical problems, Nicole stays grounded in the physical world by camping, hiking, and traveling as frequently as possible. In addition to her jewelry, the artistic side of her personality also finds expression in drawing and in anything involving music, especially the piano.
Favorite Book — Pride and Prejudice, Jane Austen
Favorite Movie — The Princess Bride
Bucket List — Travel the world on a sailboat
Favorite Destination — Havasu Falls, Arizona