22.06.2020 - Career

Behind the tissue: Tim Clement, Vulnerability Management Electrical Engineering

I still remember very clearly receiving an electrical construction kit for Christmas as a kid.

This is where I started soldering small circuits. And I made small lamps light up using 9-volt blocks. Back then I already thought “electricity is pretty cool, actually”. I was never the type to play a lot on the Playstation or the computer.

I always liked to be outside and to tinker with something. What I loved most was to build my own adventures. This is what I stuck with. I passed my engineering exam with “excellent” marks. This result was no coincidence, but a mixture of passion and a very clear focus. I had big goals early on and I firmly believe that everyone sets their own horizons. You just have to be willing to work hard enough for them.

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