Intuitive IT Solutions’ Team
You can rely on the experts at Intuitive IT to provide you with professional IT service (with a sense of humor).
Adopted by wolves and then sold into slavery, Dave is no stranger to adversity. After stealing the charisma of a local demigod, Dave soon flattered his way out of servitude and into the world of IT (although some consider that to be less of a step up and more of a lateral move).
Chief Financial Officer
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Network & Server Engineer
Spencer joined Intuitive IT in 2012 and is now one of our most senior team members. He is certified in Microsoft 7. Spencer is studying Information Systems at the University of Utah, where he has funded almost his entire education through work. He has been solving computer problems and building computer networks for friends, relatives and church since high school. Despite only having had the first year of a two year high school Cisco course, he took fourth place in the Indiana State High School Cisco Challenge in 2002. He has also served a mission for his church in Louisiana.
While most of Spencer’s time is spent at work and attending the University he does try to find moments for some R and R. He likes to spend time in Brighton hiking and observing nature. He appreciates a good book and is always looking for suggestions to add to his “To Read” list. He loves church and devotes a lot of energy to serving his fellow men. He likes catching a movie, going out to eat, and playing computer games with his friends. He enjoys traveling and recently returned from Europe where he visited Amsterdam, Paris, London, and Copenhagen. He is a proud uncle who dotes on his niece and nephews and hopes to have a family of his own one day. Some of his favorite things include: Three Musketeer bars, Fettuccine Alfredo, Smallville, NCIS, mythology, and Shakespeare.
Support Team Member
Nicholas has been intrigued by computers since an early age. Growing up in the country with not many people his age around, gaming came very naturally to him. His pursuit of computer gaming increased his interest into computers, and at the age of 12 built his first computer. Throughout his teen and early adult life he pursued a career in IT, including starting his own IT consulting company at the age of 16. He has many years of experience doing desktop support and troubleshooting in both the business and education environments. He is currently pursuing continued education in IT with a focus in Linux, server management, and cyber security.
When Nicholas is not fixing computers he is typically playing on them. Some of his hobbies include, building robots, staying current on technology, being a pyrotechnician, and playing the occasional game. He has recently made the switch to using Linux as his primary OS on computers, except for his gaming computer. He enjoys the occasional visit to the shooting range, in high school he was the team captain of the Trap team. Nicholas considers himself to be a general nerd, who enjoys computers, is a large Star Wars fan, enjoys Star Trek, and he has been known to join in on the occasional D&D night. His aim in life is to help improve the lives of others. Computers in his mind have a lot of potential to help mankind solve and improve many problems and struggles and looks forward to the opportunities to help make this so.
Support Team Member
Growing up, Josiah was always curious about how things work. Playing computer games on the weekends with his older brother and cousins piqued his interest in computers at young age. Josiah followed in his brother’s footsteps, learning about computers through gaming, taking computer classes in high school, and working for PC Discounters, a computer repair shop, for over two years. After a full day of work, Josiah works hard studying Information Systems at Utah Valley University to improve his IT skills and to better help our clients.
Outside of work and school, Josiah spends his time fulfilling his church responsibilities and enjoying the company of family and friends. A few nights a year, he organizes and hosts a game night with friends and family to play computer games, exchange some nerdy jokes, and spend time together. One of Josiah’s life goals is to design, develop, and publish his own game, and he works hard to make this goal a reality. He is determined to help improve the lives around him, be it troubleshooting and resolving computer issues, or just having a conversation to brighten someone’s day.
Support Team Member
Home-grown in the Springville/Mapleton area, Hank enjoyed playing sports, building computers, and playing video games growing up. After completing a two-year LDS mission in Tokyo, he started attending Brigham Young University, where he is currently a Computer Science major. Hank joined the Intuitive IT team in 2017, and furthers his education and love for computing at home, at school, and at work.
When he’s not fiddling with computers or code, Hank pursues his hobbies, which include: music theory/production/creation, playing the guitar and keyboard, going to church, swimming the river Styx, grooming his herd of mammoths, and mowing his parents’ lawn.
Anelise joined Intuitive IT in 2017 performing administrative duties after getting her start in customer service. She has always had a fondness for words – she loves reading them, writing them, and even occasionally speaking them. She specializes in professional writing and editing, but also enjoys opinion and persuasive writing. A Boston native, Anelise is working towards earning her BA in English at Brigham Young University.
Anelise has also studied classical ballet for many years, and she has performed professionally as a student for many years in both Massachusetts and Utah. She also loves literature, fine art, yoga, hiking, and being with family. She was married in 2016 to her husband Christian, a computer engineer.
Having grown up in the middle of seven siblings, Dixie is an expert at problem solving, peacemaking, working with different personality types, and effectively hiding the good leftovers in the refrigerator. She is currently attending Utah Valley University, where she is studying full-time to earn her BA in Secondary Education to teach high school English and history. She is driven by a love for serving the people around her – even those intimidating teenagers.
Most weekends, Dixie can be found strapped into her camera at a local wedding as the photographer, up the canyon on a trail with friends, or at the kitchen table dealing everyone into the 47th round of Scum. Always on the lookout to travel, she keeps her passport close, her gas tank at least half full, and always a friend or two in tow.