You can bring more joy to yourself and those around you, by aligning what your passionate about with the needs of others.
Aaron Piercefield, Lead Applications Developer
How did you come to know HDI?
I was made aware of HDI and the need for assistance in the Early Childhood Technology group through an acquaintance working in the UKY STEPS office.
How long have you been at HDI and what is your role?
10 years as a Web Applications Developer
During your time at HDI, of which accomplishments are you most proud?
Productive Collaboration – No initiative is the work of one person, but successful and productive collaboration on many projects has lead to good and useful data.
Will you please share a fun or fond moment you had at HDI?
It’s hard to pick just one. I can say I have thoroughly enjoyed ten years of getting to know and learn from some of the most kind and caring individuals that I have ever met.
What do you think the future holds for HDI?
Great things of course! More opportunities and abilities to add value and happiness to people’s lives.
What does HDI mean to you?
HDI is a study in empathy. Learning to feel and understand others pain and challenges, so as to identify how you can better offer your help, care, and support.