Recently the Globe and Mail stopped by Versature HQ to interview our CTO, Adam Sherman for their 24/7 Executives feature. 24/7 Executives is a series of stories on high-performing professionals who are as serious at play as they are in the conference room.
The feature included an interview and a photo shoot behind the scenes to showcase Adam in his work element as Versature’s CTO and in his role of Volunteer Director of Operations at Sauvetage Bénévole Outaouais – Ottawa Volunteer Search and Rescue.
Here’s a preview of the article!
Growing up in a house converted from an old railway ticket station, Adam Sherman spent hours playing in the wilderness of the Appalachian Mountains, perched on his mother’s shoulders.
It’s that connection to nature formed early on in life that lures Mr. Sherman, 34, to uncharted territory every weekend in the summers, camping and exploring the wilderness of Southern Quebec with his girlfriend, where they eschew campgrounds in favour of remote areas.
It’s also what drew the chief technology officer and co-founder of Versature, an Ottawa-based telecommunications company, to his long-time volunteer role with Sauvetage Bénévole Outaouais – Ottawa Volunteer Search and Rescue (SBO-OVSAR) in 2006.