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Tilson Tuesdays, Jason Burns

For this week’s #tilsontuesdays employee highlight, meet Jason!

Jason is Tilson’s Chief Information Officer and is responsible for guiding our internal teams and clients through strategic technology and digital transformation planning, implementation, and best practices. His focus is on creating processes, policies, and systems that help ease the burdens that we face in our day-to-day jobs while ensuring the solutions are scalable for Tilson’s long-term goals.

“This company is different. I have over 20 years of experience in the construction and telecommunications industry, and I sincerely mean it when I talk about how our company is unique,” said Jason. “Our focus is on the same goal which creates and maintains a culture of collaboration, gratitude, and pride. I am proud to say that we live by our values every day; safety, composure, respect, accountability, professionalism, and integrity. I could not be happier to be part of this team and work hard to create and maintain partnerships, show my respect to all, and enjoy the camaraderie of our teams.”

Outside of work, Jason enjoys spending time with his family outdoors and volunteering at his local soccer club, where he coordinates schedules and activities for more than a thousand kids in a year-round program. Jason is originally from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and currently lives in New Jersey with his wife and three young boys. His favorite sports team is the Steelers (indoctrinate fan at birth), he enjoys watching soccer and follows leagues around the world, his favorite book is The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams, and he has a two-year-old Portuguese water dog named Coco.

Fun Fact: Jason loves to travel (although he hates to fly) and has visited 49 states and 38 countries!

Thank you, Jason, for your hard work and expertise! We’re happy to have you on the team.

Jason Burns, Tilson COO

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