Final blog in a four-part series: We are profiling the entire Aerohive training team, one-by-one. This installation introduces David Coleman.
Because I manage Aerohive’s social channels, and our HiveNation community, and our HiveMind blog, I have the distinct honor and privilege of watching a steady flow of compliments paid to our training team. Pretty much the minute a training class has been completed, and a certification earned, it starts: The Internet erupts with Tweets and posts from student-customers singing the praises of our talented instructors.
David Coleman: CWNE #4
Metka Dragos: CWNE #23
Bryan Harkins: CWNE #44
Gregor Vučajnk : CWNE #96
But it’s more than that. It’s about the people behind the projector, know what I mean?
This series of four blogs introduces our training team, one by one (but in no particular order). These are the folks who go the extra mile to teach our customers. In fact, the “travel fun fact” section will give you an idea of how far the training team will go to educate Aerohive customers.
David Coleman: David is the Global Training Manager at Aerohive, and a wireless security/networking trainer and consultant. For the past ten years, David has instructed IT professionals from around the globe in wireless networking administration, wireless security, and wireless frame analysis.
Travel Fun Fact: David travels way too much – how else would he have gotten this photo with the world's largest rubber duck in Victoria Harbor in Hong Kong?!
“My furniture lives in my house and I live in hotels. I put about 200,000 miles a year on planes in coach. Last year I was on the road about 45 weeks and I think I spent more time overseas than I did in the United States.”
Other profiles in our training team blog series: