Tyler Gouveia, 18, Nashua
January 28. 2017 2:44AM
Tyler Gouveia, 18, of Nashua is CEO and majority owner of T Town Sports, full-time student at Suffolk University.
What is the best career advice you ever received?
The best advice I ever received was to just keep posting and growing an audience. When you first start writing, not too many people are going to read your content, but the more quality content you put out, the faster you will grow your audience. Never give up and just keep writing.
Why did you choose your profession?
I chose this profession because it’s a new challenge every day. One day I might be covering football, the next day I could be going over marketing strategies. It’s new challenges every day that I have to solve and that is what I like about this profession.
What was your last major achievement?
My last major achievement had to be graduating high school, coming in the top five in DECA, selecting/starting college, and forming T Town Sports LLC.
What is the biggest problem facing New Hampshire?
I find the biggest problem facing New Hampshire is the ongoing opioid crisis.
Volunteer activities: DECA project Financial Literacy Promotion; Chris Christie’s presidential campaign; Kelly Ayotte for Senate campaign.