About Celeris Networks
Meet Nash Copeland & David Pope, Co-Owners
Co-Owner B.S., Business Administration, University of Tennessee
Within Celeris Networks, Nash works as a systems architect, project manager and an account manager. He helps build and maintain strong relationships with clients, many of whom have been Celeris Networks customers since the early 2000s.
In his spare time, Nash enjoys reading, spending time outdoors, hiking, skydiving and working in his backyard.
Co-Owner B.S., Computer Science, University of Tennessee
In 2001, he co-founded Celeris Networks with Nash Copeland and brought with him his deep understanding and knowledge of computer networking.
Within Celeris Networks, he spends his day matching business needs to technology. By creating secure, scalable and easy-to-manage infrastructures, David enables his clients’ business growth, granting them valuable time to focus on what they do best.
Outside of work, David participates in outdoor activities including snow skiing (when he can find the time), hiking and biking.
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