Proof that Picking a Path with Passion Produces Unparalleled Performance
Peter Pepper’s educational pursuits started with Meteorology at Creighton University, taking a detour into Business Administration at the University of Minnesota, and finally venturing into the realm of SQL with certifications in SQL Server 2012/2014. Currently on his path towards acquiring the esteemed PMI Project Manager Certification, Peter embodies the rare blend of technical prowess and intrinsic soft skills.
His expertise extends from SQL mastery to Project Management, Technical Support, and Data Visualization, with an emphasized passion for servant leadership, communication, and collaboration. In his pivotal role at TriYoung, Peter dedicates himself to resolving support requests with unmatched empathy, and kindness, as well as championing planned project undertakings.
Peter’s ambition at TriYoung is clear: Obtain Project Manager certification and weave theory into practical applications, delve deeper into SQL’s potential, and refine the soft skills indispensable to authentic leadership. When asked about his favorite part of the job, he beams with pride, cherishing the fervor the TriYoung team possesses and the communities they are privileged to serve.
On a more personal note, Peter’s journey is a testament to resilience. Challenging generational trauma, he has carved out a path to personal and professional fulfillment. Embracing life as an openly gay man, Peter discovered his passion for SQL and Relational Database Systems around 2012. He has been a significant asset to companies of all scales and recently found his niche with TriYoung in 2023, where personal fulfillment seamlessly converges with his professional aspirations.
Peter’s personal philosophy resonates deeply with the tenets of “The Four Agreements” – emphasizing clarity in thought and speech, avoiding unspoken assumptions, excelling consistently, and refraining from taking things personally. Away from the screens, Peter is a fervent advocate for social, economic, racial, and environmental justice. When not advocating for causes close to his heart, he cherishes moments with his boyfriend, their two loyal dogs, and the calming serenity of his plants.