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Tony Nguyen

Technical Project Manager

Tony is a product manager and project manager who has built both software and hardware products.

He loves finding creative ways to learn about Clients’ goals and challenges, executing development plans for them, and seeing joy in their faces as you solve precisely what they needed solving.

Prior to joining Beezwax, Tony was Head of Product at Revive Health & Fitness, a startup that connected fitness seekers with their ideal, customized personal trainer. Before that, to adopt a deeper understanding of software development, Tony studied web development at Galvanize, a 6-month complete immersion training program. Before Galvanize he was head of product at Agrothermal Systems, an agriculture hardware and services startup that works with growers to reduce their dependence on chemical pesticides and improve wine quality.

Tony served as a US Army Ranger Captain in Iraq where he lead over 250 personnel in gathering and analyzing intelligence data, and lead missions to foster engagement with the local Iraqi peoples and influence high-level strategy. He has an MBA from Columbia Business School and a BS in Mandarin Chinese from the United States Military Academy at West Point.

Tony grew up in San Jose and enjoys hiking, camping, and building large art pieces.

"Have the strength to be gentle."

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