Meet Skylight's New Associate Brandon Boll


Brandon Boll

College:  Miami University

From: Westerville, Ohio

Why did you want to work at Skylight?

I wanted to work at Skylight because of the culture of the company and the fellow coworkers.  

Tell us something you are really good at?

I like to think I am pretty good at both golf and hockey. 

A fun fact about you:

I have never been outside of the United States/Canada. It might seem to be a more 'not fun fact' but it's something interesting.

Your favorite place to hang out in Cleveland or Columbus:

 As a recent graduate, the Ohio State University bar scene is still a place I like to hang out with friends. 

What do you like to do in your spare time?

I like to spend most of my time at a golf course if possible, but I enjoy hanging out with friends.

What’s the most adventurous thing you’ve ever done?

I'd have to say cliff diving, not too high of a cliff though, but it still was tall in my opinion. 

Who would you most like to meet – alive or dead?

Rory McIlroy - he is my favorite athlete and he seems like he would be an interesting guy to hang out with on and off the golf course. 

Where do you want to be 10 years from now?

Successful job (hopefully still with Skylight) and happily married with children, or at least children on the way.


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