Dunwoody alumni are innovators, entrepreneurs, top technicians, and skilled workers. Here is a quick Q&A with just one!
Brennan Schumacher, ’00 Electrical Construction & Maintenance Technology
Q. What are you doing now?
A. After running a small consulting firm for the past 12 years, I have started a Lighting Studio within a large MEP firm. It is great to have all of the resources and tools and focus on the design.
Q. Where is the weirdest place you have ever met a fellow alum?
A. This thing called World Wide Web.
Q. Has there been a moment in your career when you thought “My job is awesome!” and what was that moment?
A. I have had the opportunity to work several National Award Winning projects. My biggest moment came when walking my family through The Exploratorium in San Francisco, which was my most challenging and rewarding project.
Q. What would your former classmates be surprised to know about you now?
A. I have two children, and have been living in Colorado since graduation day, but I’m still a huge fan of the Green Bay Packers.
Q. What is your favorite memory of Dunwoody?
A. I remember how involved the electrical industry was in our program. The program did a tremendous job preparing us for real world experience.