Consultant Spotlight: Samon Kashani

Interface Consulting would like you to meet our Project Consultant Samon Kashani, who strengthens our consulting team and IT management systems. Samon has quickly taken on challenges to advance our work in construction claims and disputes. We asked Samon to tell you a little about himself in his own words. Take it away, Samon!

Hello, my name is Samon Kashani and I am a Project Consultant in the Interface Consulting family. The team has asked me to write a little something about myself to catch you up on who I am and how I arrived at Interface Consulting.

First, I’d like to tell you about where I grew up. Sweetwater, Texas, county seat of Nolan County, is a small, quiet community out in West Texas. I spent my entire childhood, all the way through high school, living in Sweetwater. In high school, I was a member of the varsity tennis team. My teammates and I even advanced to state competition, where we were edged out by our rivals, Vernon High School, of Vernon, Texas. One of the most exciting things about growing up in Sweetwater is the annual Rattlesnake Round-Up. In fact, Sweetwater is home to the world’s largest rattlesnake round-up! Every March, tourists from around the world come out to visit and enjoy the small town experience. As we say in Sweetwater, “Life is sweet in Texas!”

After high school, I left the small town and moved to the big city of Austin, Texas, where I began my college career at The University of Texas at Austin. I always excelled at and enjoyed both math and science, so the decision to become a mechanical engineer was a natural one. However, pouring over books day and night will take its toll on even the brightest of students. To help relieve my mind, I turned to my alma mater’s football team, the Longhorns! Nothing can clear one’s mind like a Saturday’s game. In addition to football and coursework, I spent much of my time with ΑΦΩ, my service fraternity. We spent many days with the Boys and Girls Club, Boy Scouts, and several other local community groups. There are very few things I find quite as rewarding as volunteering and giving back to my community.

Finally, after graduating college, I landed my first big job here at Interface Consulting. Simultaneously, I began attending Prairie View A&M University to attain an MBA. I expect the knowledge I have gained from my time studying as an engineer and in my MBA program will aid me in becoming an excellent consultant. Also, I have been able to expand on my hobby, computer information technology, and turn it into a part of my responsibilities at Interface. Being a part of our data management team allows me to tinker with mechanics and solve problems on a day to day basis, and what more could a mechanical engineer want?

Well, I enjoyed sharing a little about myself, and I hope you enjoyed it too. If you have any questions about me or Interface Consulting (or just want to learn a little more about the Rattlesnake Round-Up), feel free to contact me anytime.

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