Eric Hulbert, CEO
Eric Hulbert is Co-Founder of Opus Interactive and currently serves CEO.
In his 16 years of IT experience, Eric has excelled in a variety of leadership roles in sales and support. He provides leadership and vision for Opus Interactive’s strategic development, business growth goals and operations and is known for his hard work and determination.
Eric was named recipient of the 2013 Portland Business Journal’s Forty under 40 Award and was recognized as a 2010 Oregon State Council of Outstanding Early Career Engineers. He’s an active member of the Entrepreneurs’ Organization and holds 8 industry certifications.
Eric is passionate about technology and regularly speaks about cloud computing and the future of data centers at conferences around the nation.
Brady Wilson, CTO
Brady Wilson currently serves as Opus Interactive’s Chief Technology Officer.
He joined the team in 2001 as a Systems Administrator and has been a key contributor to the company’s evolution. With 19+ years of IT experience, Brady manages all aspects of IT technology for the company. He oversees the NOC and datacenter staff and works closely with CEO, Eric Hulbert to craft service offerings and develop Opus Interactive’s vision for future cloud and colocation strategies.
Brady is also a sought after speaker and panelist for cloud computing and storage solutions at technology conferences.
Mark Brody, President
Mark Brody is Co-Founder of Opus Interactive and currently serves as President.
Born and raised in Oregon, Mark began his entrepreneurial career as one of the original founders of Opus Creative, a web and design agency in Portland. Mark played an integral part of forming the team of programmers and IT specialists that supported the creative company. The team launched ISP services and created their first cloud offering in 1999. The demand for IT and hosting services lead to the launch of Opus Interactive.
Mark is dedicated to forwarding awareness for learning differences and recently finished six years of serving on the Board of Edison High School, a private high school based in Portland that is dedicated to meeting the education needs of teens with learning differences.
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