Employee Spotlight: Shadi Rasheed

Meet Shadi Rasheed, Manager of AdOps. Shadi has been at Drawbridge for over three years now and, in his own words, he handles “a lot.” We caught up with Shadi to ask for more specific details about his experience.

“I head the Trafficking team and the Technical Account Management team here at Drawbridge while providing support to all of our SaaS clients. I also work with our great engineers to further improve our products and handle any and all ad hoc request that may arise on any given day from internal teams and external teams. 

I've been at Drawbridge for three and a half years now. I love the technology we are creating and the innovation that is happening at this company. What we are doing here is truly something special. Most of all, I love working with the people we have here at Drawbridge! Having a great group of people and an environment that encourages creativity and fun makes coming into work a blast. You better come prepared Monday morning to discuss the latest episode of Game of Thrones!”

What do you like to do outside of work?

“I enjoy getting together with family and friends and just relaxing and having a good laugh. I try to help out at local animal rescue foundations and clinics and when I can’t help out, I try to show my support in any way I can (PSA: Spay and neuter your pets!). I enjoy traveling around the world and most recently visited Peru. I love watching all sports especially when the Oakland A’s, SF 49ers, or Miami Heat are playing!”

Anything else we should know?

“My family has owned a restaurant in Oakland, CA for 20 years (Burger Gourmet!). I’ve learned a lot from growing up around a family-owned restaurant and had a blast working there and getting to know the community. I am now an AMAZING cook.”

Thanks, Shadi! 


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