We would like to extend an official welcome to our newest Mango, Kevin Winconek. Kevin has joined the Mango team a couple of weeks ago as our Project Software Coordinator.

Let’s learn more about Kevin:

How did you hear about Mango Languages? I heard about Mango Languages at a U of M career fair back in January of this year.

What is your official title and job description here at Mango? My official job title is a Project Coordinator in the technology department. As for my job description, I’m responsible for running Mango’s software QA (Quality Assurance) which involves testing of the company’s web-site, admin tool, MAP, course software, and the iPhone app. I’m also hoping to get more involved in project management and later business analysis.

Where did you study/work before this? I graduated this year from the University of Michigan-Dearborn earning my Bachelors in Business Administration in Information Technology Management. I was previously a personal assistant during college before coming to Mango Languages.

Any international travel stories? I actually was a trip assistant to one of U of M’s lead art historians for four years and have traveled to The Netherlands, Belgium, Spain, Italy, Austria, and the Czech Republic on art and architecture tours.  I have had an amazing experience seeing some of the most famous works of art and architecture in the world.

What do you love most about working at Mango? For me that’s a hard question because I love a lot of things about working at Mango! Whether it’s the awesome work environment, the wonderful “Mangoes,” the empowerment that we are given as employees, or the positive attitude of the company, I feel very honored to be working for such a great company!

What core value describes you best? Definitely integrity. Having a high standard of ethics and morals I feel has gotten me to where I am in my life today and here at Mango.

Such cool facts!

Welcome to the Mango Team!

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