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Adrian has enjoyed a long and successful career in the IT field. For over 35 years, he’s held a variety of technical and management roles including systems administration, project management, IT Operations Management, and technology infrastructure consulting.
Adrian has a keen eye for detail and always applies an analytical approach to every project he works on. His colleagues have frequently noted his ability to think outside of the box and offer creative solutions that are tailored to the customer’s needs.
Born and raised in Cowichan, BC, Adrian returned home after working in Calgary for three decades. He spends his time with family and friends, enjoys hiking with his wife, and volunteering at the BC Forest Discovery Centre.
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Gary has forgotten more about technology than most of us will ever know. He’s worked in dozens of industries in a wide variety of roles and solves difficult problems recreationally. By the time you’ve formulated your question, Gary already has an answer, which would be annoying except he’s so darned nice about it.
When you put Adrian behind a keyboard, magic happens. On stage, that means he’s making music. At work, he’s bringing website designs to life. Adrian is probably the quietest member of the Unrivald Digital team, but when he speaks, we all listen because we know he’s got something important to say.
Shaheen is the guy you want in your corner when you’ve got a complex problem to solve in the next 15 minutes. He’s part MacGyver, part Tony Stark and part while still being the nicest guy in the room, hands down. His soft-spoken, down-to-earth vibe and ability to deliver makes him a client favourite.
Whether leading a meeting, riding his motorcycle, or running in the Banff Jasper Relay (for which he was Race Director for many years), Blair connects with the world around him. He inspires his team to work hard while never forgetting the value of the relationships he builds with clients.