Craig Coltharp, FPQP™
I am an eclectic thinker, knowledge seeker and self-proclaimed techy nerd. I thrive on helping people do their best work by providing reliable and dependable support. As a Technology Support Specialist at TCI, I get to use my problem-solving skills to hunt down, analyze and solve issues in an environment that encourages growth.
Technology is also a passion of mine outside of TCI. I enjoy developing websites and general computer applications. I like to disconnect from technology too! Some of my favorite activities are exercising, hiking, archery, fishing and relaxing with friends and family.
I love a good challenge whether it be in my personal or professional life. I also love continually accomplishing new, more challenging things, as well as spending time and sharing new experiences with my friends and family. Seeking out these challenges and experiences brings me happiness and helps me become a better version of myself every day.
Technology and education are both very important to me. I support The Linux Foundation which is a is a nonprofit promoting collaborative software development. I originally studied fire ecology while at NAU and promoting forest health and restoration is also a passion of mine. While in Flagstaff, I also became involved with the Wildland Firefighter Foundation which provides assistance to fallen firefighters’ families and to firefighters injured in the line of duty.
Tucson is beautiful, and the hiking opportunities are vast. There is plenty to explore here and there are plenty of open-minded, strong people to do it with.
Northern Arizona UniversityBS in Criminology and Criminal Justice