Kyle has been a Senior Network Technician at IT Indianapolis since August 2016. His previous experience includes IT at a Columbus area Managed Services company and IT at an Indianapolis Help Desk.
In his free time, Kyle enjoys time with his family and working on his project car. He grew up in Columbus, Indiana and attended Columbus North High School. After high school he attended Sinclair Community College and after graduation went onto Mycomputercareer.edu
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