Tue, November 27, 2018

Employee Spotlight – Dan Kanabroski

What is your role at Centrality, and what do you do for clients?

Servant Leadership.  My role is to build the Centrality client base in new, previously unpenetrated markets and industries.  It is to share the Centrality Value Statement, and to align our core technology-based offerings with our client’s business objectives:  generally revenue growth/expansion, risk mitigation, and increased profitability

What do you look forward to in your new role?

I look forward to not only working with the seasoned team of professionals at Centrality, but also to building deep, value-added relationships with each client.  I look forward to sharing the differentiating Centrality story, and to becoming a go-to subject matter expert in building positive ROI for each client served.

What do you feel differentiates Centrality from other IT service providers?

In a nutshell, intense client-centric focus.  At our core, Centrality values each client who has entrusted us to provide solutions that improve their business operations.  We show our appreciation for that trust by aligning our offerings with each client’s individual needs, and to continually looking for new ways we can serve and create positive impact.

Where did you grow up / attend college?

Born in Binghamton, NY, raised in Northern KY, and proud alum and booster of The University of Kentucky #BBN, Go Blue!

Before Centrality, what was your professional background?

22 years of Entrepreneurship, Business Development, and Venture Capital.

What do you enjoy outside of work?

Aside from professional responsibilities, I enjoy spending valuable time with my wife and attending our five children’s activities and events.  I also cherish traveling to both new and familiar destinations with my family – creating memories we can each carry with us.

What is something interesting others might not know about you?

Though I consider myself a true Kentuckian, my athletic background is in ice hockey.  Starting at age 5 and continuing through my college days, I still follow the game – and in fact both my young sons have already hit the ice and started skating.