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Team Spotlight: Brandon Wilhoite, Senior Data Analyst

With a talent for wearing many hats, the baseball enthusiast gives the scoop on Crowdz’s winning position, future growth, and more.

With a talent for wearing many hats, the baseball enthusiast gives the scoop on Crowdz’s winning position, future growth, and more.


What are some highlights from your professional background? 

With experience across numerous industries, the highlights would fill pages. But in short, being able to watch games 1, 2, 6 & 7 of the 2001 World Series live and in-person is hard to top. 


Why was Crowdz a match for you? 

Crowdz allows me to push into new fields and challenges constantly, and with where Crowdz was and is now, Crowdz continues to be a good match as these challenges don’t look to stop.


What is your role? 

The best thing about startup life is that while roles may be defined on paper, they’re much more fluid in practice. 


What are some of the hats you wear (known or unknown)?

Sales, customer service, operations, finance, risk, data analytics—anywhere I can provide the most good. 


Why were you interested in working with Crowdz? 

Crowdz is uniquely positioned in a multi-trillion dollar industry that hasn’t seen much technological advancement in 50+ years and offers a solution that benefits all parties involved, but mostly the little guy.


What makes Crowdz unique?  

I work here. I mean that seriously. Crowdz’s investors, partners, funders, customers, etc., can all rest assured that I’m here to make Crowdz the best it can be for all involved. 


What is the future for Crowdz?

Growth. This is a multi-trillion dollar industry with few players and fewer still doing what Crowdz does. Even if all succeed, that’s still a multi-trillion dollar share for each in the game.


What is one fun fact we do not know about you? 

Not really unknown, but probably the most interesting fact is my interest and knowledge of baseball, both the history and statistics.


If you could choose anyone as your mentor, who would you pick? 

As I thought about this question, the more it stuck with me that I’m open to learning what I can from whomever I can. There’s value in learning from multiple persons, especially those you disagree with.


What’s the weirdest job you’ve ever had? 

I don’t know that I’d call any weird, a different path, sure. I’ve worked overnight at a gas station and grocery stores, hawked goods at sporting events, ran a help desk, networked a university, fitted men and women’s luxury fashion, and written distribution contracts for movies and TV shows.


If you could learn anything, what would it be?

I just want to keep learning new things and stay on top of advancements and technological tricks.


What was the first concert you attended? 

Stryper, with my dad, around ’87. On my own, OC Supertones or Five Iron Frenzy/MxPx in ’96.


If you have 30-minutes of free time, how do you pass the time? 

With 30 minutes, I hang with my family. They drive me to be the best I can be. 

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