Consultant of the Month: Jeremy Isom, the Nevadan Network Admin


“I’ve been working as a consultant for Crescent for about 2 months now,” the Senior Technician explains. “My first, and all consecutive experiences, with Crescent have been very positive.  Everybody has been extremely friendly and helpful. I have actually dealt with a lot of other IT solutions companies and none of them have demonstrated the same level of professionalism,” he says. Jeremy Isom first met with Anna Gamez in February earlier this year and immediately scored a part-time spot with one of the top computer networking companies. “Jeremy has been doing an amazing job for us at our client site and we are constantly receiving positive feedback,” Anna shares. In fact, Jeremy has been such a great placement there that he was just recently placed with another top ranking company as a full-time Network Administrator.

Leading up to his recent change in employers, Jeremy was heavily contributing

jeremy3to his job as a Senior Technician. “He provided network installs and implementations for large enterprise client while making himself available to our clients at all times and has been amazing working both day and grave hours,” Anna tells us. Jeremy also provided positive remarks about his position and was sure to mention how he thoroughly enjoys the different duties and challenges presented to him. Great work, Anna and Jeremy; you two make a great team!

If and when Jeremy has any time away from work, he can be found exploring the outdoors with his wife of 15 years and their two sons, Wyatt, 12, and Colton, 10. The Isom family loves camping together and journeying around their hometown of Las Vegas, Nevada. Jeremy’s other hobbies include target shooting, designing electronics, and caring for his shiba inu pup and friendly feline. He describes himself as, “Quite reserved when meeting new people but once comfortable in an environment, [usually] more talkative and jovial. My sense of humor is what my kids refer to as ‘uncle jokes’ in that they’re ridiculous and lame”. Despite his sons’ opinions, Jeremy has clearly won over two major tech companies with his charming humor (and a little help from his tech skills). Keep up the great work and the great jokes, Jeremy!