Brian Kim

Brian became an integral part of the Main Sequence support team back in 2012. With Brian’s hard work and determination he quickly became the backbone of PCRecruiter after-hours support and our Asia Pacific clients’ main contact. Brian is available for both training and technical support until 12am Eastern (business days). This is made possible from his remote office in California! When Brian isn’t working he enjoys spending time with his family along with fishing, woodworking, and RC cars. Brian is of course a California sports enthusiast cheering on the Lakers, Dodgers and Rams. He has also earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree in Creative Photography from California State University of Fullerton.

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