Edafio’s New Hire Highlight- Meet Dakota Belverstone

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Today, we are delighted to introduce Dakota Belverstone to Edafio. Dakota is one of our most recent hires, filling the role of an Operations Center (OC) Engineer Intern. He loves a unique challenge, especially when working on his 2007 Mazdaspeed 6.

Be sure to say hello to Dakota and welcome him to our rapidly growing company!

The new hire spotlights recognize the people-powered stories of the incredible individuals committed to our clients and Edafio’s success and are fundamental to our vibrant culture. From consultants and engineers to sales leaders and administration and beyond, we’ll get to the heart of our team so you can get to know us a little bit better and find out what makes us tick.

Now let’s learn more about Dakota.

What is your name, and what do you do for Edafio?

My name is Dakota Belverstone. I am an Operations Center (OC) Engineer Intern. I work with more experienced Engineers to create a better, and more managed, space for our clients at Edafio. Our goal is to improve our client’s output by maximizing the speed and efficiency of their working environment.

Tell us a little bit about yourself.

I’ve lived in Arkansas my entire life, and enjoy traveling to other places throughout the U.S. Whether it’s a 30 minute drive to a city, or several hour road trip to other states, I love to explore everything they have to offer. I never left the central time zone until I was almost 19 years old.

What brought you to Edafio?

Having a good friend through High School recommend Edafio for me to try. Getting out of retail work, and focusing only on my work and tasks I need completed.

What do you like to do most outside of work?

I usually am working on my project car (2007 Mazdaspeed 6) to get better performance and reliability, trying new foods/restaurants and going on adventures, small and large, with friends or family.

Do you have a motto or personal mantra?

“You cannot have a winner if there is no loser.”

What skill do you think everyone should learn?

I believe everyone should learn effective communication. It is a large and valuable skill that will benefit everyone in all aspects of life.

Do you have a favorite newspaper, newsletter, book, blog and/or podcast?

My favorite information center is more than likely reddit, for all of the weird and complex questions I need answered or have already been answered.

Are you interested in working at Edafio? Check out our Careers page to learn more about who we are and our current openings!

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