Meet the Recruiter: Justin Couch
A Panama City, Fla., native, Consultant Advisor Justin Couch still loves saltwater and freshwater fishing. That proximity to Florida's capital of Tallahassee also instilled in Justin a life-long love of Florida State University football, even after living in Georgia for 21 years. Justin has a bachelor's degree in finance from Jacksonville State University and an MBA from Troy University. (He's also getting hitched Feb. 8!)
Q: How did you get here (to Alpharetta and Healthcare IT Leaders)?
A: I moved to Alpharetta with my parents in 1992. I got to Healthcare IT Leaders through Josh Campbell, who works for (former sister company) Locum Leaders. Josh and I went to high school together and have been best friends for a long time.
Q: What is your favorite Healthcare IT Leaders company memory?
A: The Christmas party last year. I was a big winner. I won the iPad Mini in the raffle!
Q: Who would you most like to meet, in history or current?
A: My grandfather. I never got to meet him.
Q: What’s your favorite thing to do outside of work?
A: Golf and fishing (freshwater and saltwater)
Q: What was your favorite TV show when you were little?
Q: What’s your favorite food or favorite kind of food?
A: Italian food
Q: If you could be an animal, what animal would you be and why?
A: A great white shark because it's the most terrifying animal on the face of the earth.
Q: Least favorite animal and why?
A: Cockroaches. They’re gross.
Q: What would you do or buy if you won the lottery?
A: Pay off all of student loans, graduate and undergraduate. Second, I would buy a Lamborghini. I always wanted one when I was a kid.
Q: What’s your favorite thing about recruiting?
A: Developing relationships and being on the phone talking to different people.
Q: If your life was a movie, who would play you?
A: Mark Wahlberg. I enjoy his movies. He can play funny, serious, etc.
Q: What about you would surprise your coworkers?
A: I’ve been getting into aviation lately. I’ve taken a few flying lessons this year and I believe after my wedding next year, I might try to go to flight school to become a recreational pilot.