KoJo is a new member of the OSIS team. He’s been working with us for a little over one month, and he’s already made a great impression with our staff and clients.
KoJo says that his favorite part about working here is the flexible work environment we provide and working with our incredibly knowledgeable IT team. He also says that he likes that we’re all hilarious and give him about four long laughs every workday!
Here’s what KoJo tells us about his name:
“You pronounce it as Ko-jo, not Cujo the dog, not Kawada, not Kwando. I get all types of spellings and pronunciations!”
KoJo graduated from Towson University in May 2018. He’s originally from Ghana, Africa, and moved here when he was nine years old.
We asked KoJo some pretty silly questions so you can get to know him better. Now you’ll have something to chat about when he’s not educating you about your technology.
“I absolutely love watching soccer, basketball, and football. I’m a Lakers fan, and I know most of you won’t like this, but I am a Patriots fan (NOT bandwagon).
I enjoy playing FIFA, Madden, and 2k on my PlayStation Network. So, if anyone would like a challenge, feel free to add me on PSN. I also play fantasy basketball, and I’m a big fan of fantasy NFL. If you’re into these, please invite me to play.
Don’t worry, I do get outside. (Although, I really dislike winter.) I love to swim and play soccer, basketball, and football for fun. Plus, I like just hanging out with my friends. I also play the drums for my church.
Here are a few more fun facts about me:
- My favorite electronic device is my smartphone. I can’t live without it!
- As a child, I wanted to be a doctor when I grew up. (Now I get to ‘doctor’ IT systems instead!)
- If I could go anywhere in the world, I would go to New Zealand or Australia.
- And, if I could have a superpower, it would be to have superhuman intelligence. Then I could be as smart as Albert Einstein and never have to study. I could party the night before an exam and still ace it. Basically, I just wouldn’t have to work that hard in life (lol)!
Tesla is my favorite car. As a matter of fact, when asked what my words of wisdom for everyone would be, I said: “Money doesn’t buy happiness, but I’d rather cry in a Tesla than on the bus!”