ASI Student Staff Spotlight: Meet Davis Negrete

By: Jenna Brown on Oct 10, 2017 in ASI Staff Spotlights


Name: Davis Negrete
Position: Building Services Student Manager
Major: Biomedical Engineering
School year: 4th
Hometown: Simi Valley, CA
 
1) What's your favorite activity?
Spending time with my friends.
 
2) What's something most people don't know about you?
My strongest subject has always been English­­­—I read and write poetry in my spare time.
 
3) What do you like most about working for ASI?
Healthy company culture and friendly employees.
 
4) What's your favorite spot in SLO?
Top of Bishop Peak
 
5) What's the best place you've traveled to and why?
Yellowstone National Park! The sights and nature were awe-inspiring.
 
6) What's on your bucket list?
Be able to run a marathon at 80 years old, start a family, and write a novel.
 
7) What do you hope to achieve after you graduate?
Support my family back home financially and become a professor at a university.
 
8) What advice would you give to students interested in working for ASI?
Do it! ASI is a great company that provides many opportunities for growth and advancement.
 
Davis Negrete


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