May 17, 2021

Employee Spotlight- DANIEL BOYHAN

TSG Reporting prides itself on the dedication and talent of those that make up our team. Each individual that encompasses TSG Reporting adds value and represents the company with dignity and professionalism. They will always go above and beyond for their clients.

We are dedicated to making our clients’ lives easier, anticipating their needs, and solving problems with unrivaled responsiveness.

We invite you to follow us as we turn the spotlight onto the different individuals who make us who we are. You will get to learn their unique talents, interests and what continues to drive, inspire and motivate them to bring their best to TSG and those we serve.

What brought you to TSG?

After graduating from the University at Buffalo in the winter of 2017, I did what any normal graduate would do: Applied for jobs while binge-watching all of the Avengers movies! During the application process, I was contacted by a fellow UB alum who worked in recruiting. After a quick phone call, we scheduled a meeting discuss a potential position in account management. Needless to say, it did not take long for our discussion to change course. After learning about my work ethic and desire to be somewhere with a strong company culture, I was immediately recommended to be interviewed at TSG Reporting. The rest is history!

What is your favorite part about working at TSG Reporting?

My favorite part of TSG has to be the people who work here. Moving into the Big Apple while having to learn the ins and outs of a new company can be a challenge. At times I didn’t know which subway to take or which colleague to reach out to for help. Luckily, my fellow TSG teammates were such a tremendous help during my onboarding & training process. I’m especially thankful for the strong friendships that have been built along the way.

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What is your biggest achievement to date—personal or professional?

For those who don’t know me, intramural sports are kind of my thing. Around three years ago I came up with an idea for an intramural golf league, based out of NYC. The idea actually came to me as a result of TSG’s annual golf outing! I thought to myself “If coworkers can get THIS competitive over one friendly round of golf, why not play more than once? And why not compete against your friends?” To make a long story short, what started with a small group of 16 has quickly grown to a field of 40+ participants, competing over a six-round competition.

What was the last book you read?

Hillbilly Elegy – Great read!

If you could chose a superpower, what would it be and why?

Teleportation, hands down! Top two and it’s not two. Let’s just talk about the utility for a second. How much time are you saving by eliminating all travel from your life? If time isn’t enough to convince you, how about general happiness?
Picture this: You’re halfway through a seven-hour flight. You’ve had to use the bathroom for the past 45 minutes, but the seatbelt sign has been on for over an hour. You can’t get any sleep because the toddler behind you has been using your chair for soccer practice for the entirety of the trip. OR, you could just be at your destination… Teleportation is just an objectively more useful superpower than superficial things like super-strength or the ability to fly. Working from home got you feeling pent up? How about a 15 minute coffee break on the beaches of Aruba? I rest my case.

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Hidden talents that you can share?

Freestyle rapping. Catch me at the karaoke bar sometime, BYOB.