My Why: Nigel Leu-wai-see

By: Sravya Gajjala

For this NYC field technician, 9/11 is more than just a date.

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This week’s My Why features Nigel Leu-wai-see, a New York City field technician who’s passionate about serving customers and running to a crisis. In fact, Nigel was on the ground when Verizon rushed in to support the city’s restoration efforts during and after 9/11.

Working as a V Teamer for more than two decades, Nigel had the honor of ringing the New York Stock Exchange opening bell for our 20th anniversary celebration in June.

Here’s his advice for current and future V Teamers:

Be open-minded. Be able to adapt to change. Be a thinker. And be a bit technical.

What is My Why?

To celebrate Verizon’s 20th anniversary, we’re highlighting the Verizon journeys, accomplishments, passions and goals of 20 dynamic and diverse V Teamers.

Previous episode of My Why:

- Caroline Ancheta
- Belinda Harris
- Corey Czmiel
- Soyirindhi Hore
- Vanessa Houston
- Pepsi LaMar
- Amanda Kegley
- Imelda Luquin
- Aleena Taufiq

About the author:

Sravya is a member of the Verizon Corporate Communications team and a regular host of Up To Speed. She is an avid movie lover and a gadget freak.

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