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Obsidian Spotlight: Corey Lavelle

Corey Levelle was born in Philadelphia but was part of a military family who moved all over. He eventually joined the Air Force himself in 2013, which was how he entered the world of IT, followed by cyber security. He has one son who is 8 years old, Corey loves to bring his son with him on all kinds of adventures. His son is also pinnacle in helping to take care of Corey’s small zoo of six pets.

1. What is your role at Obsidian? How long have you been here?

I support the FEMA contract as an analyst on the MD&A team, officially. Unofficially, I am the jack-of-all-trades and participate in various projects the customer may need. Cumulatively, I have been with Obsidian for roughly 2.5 years.

2. What has been one of your proudest moments while working with Obsidian?

In my time on the FEMA contract, I helped the NOSC achieve the DHS Center of Excellence (CoE) award. That and the few times where my forensic work helped to put someone behind bars who belonged there.

3. What is the last book you read? Would you recommend it?

I love fantasy literature, and the last book I read was Yumi and the Nightmare Painter by Brandon Sanderson. Absolutely would recommend it for anyone who likes fantasy.

4. What is your favorite way to spend the weekend?

I love to spend my weekends out in the woods either hiking, camping, or just finding a nice place to set up shop for a while and just enjoy the woods. It is even better when I get the chance to bring my little guy with me.

5. If you had to eat one meal every day for the rest of your life, what would it be?

Pizza. Logically, you can do the most with it, breakfast pizzas, lunch, dinner, all different styles too. Mexican, Italian, Asian, anything your heart desires. Pizza is the only answer.

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