New Team Member: Nikki Fairchild, Business Development Manager

nikki-fairchildNikki Fairchild joined the Managed Solution team as a Business Development Manager on October 13, 2015. Nikki joins us with eight years of experience in B2B sales with a background in cabling and telecommunications. She's excited to join the team at Managed Solution.
Nikki is originally from Danbury, Connecticut where she started her career for Charter Communications for several years before moving to San Diego and getting job with Cox. Nikki has lived in San Diego for four years now and calls it home but still tries to make visits back east to visit family often, recently taking a trip to Maine to visit her mother and youngest sister. They enjoyed kayaking on the bay, whale-watching and catching fresh lobster on their lobster boat. Maine lobster, family and friends are things Nikki misses from back east, but says she’s been working on recruiting her east coast friends and family out west, finally convincing one of her sisters to move to San Diego last year along with their childhood friend.
The former high school wrestler now enjoys singing, playing piano, writing poetry and bike riding on her time off along with spending time with her puppy Jake. She found Jake alone on the streets in San Diego – when she contacted his owners she found out he was actually raised in the town next to where she grew up back east. Nikki rescued Jake and now both of the Connecticut natives are happy living in sunny San Diego together.
Please join me in welcoming Nikki Fairchild to the Managed Solution team!
At Managed Solution, we strive to be the best technology based company by investing in our top assets; our people - CAREERS

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