Chad M. Jewett
Chad is a life-long resident of Sycamore. A born geek, Chad has been interested in computers (and fixing them) for as long as he can remember. He started providing IT support for local companies and organizations while still in high school and has been successfully employed in the technology field ever since.
Chad’s certifications include A+ and Microsoft Certified Professional. As founder of CMJ Technologies, Chad’s ability to decipher geek-speak and make it plain to people that don’t have technical knowledge coupled with his friendly, easy-going demeanor has made life easier for countless clients in the area for many years.
Mike originally hails from Rochelle, but he now resides in Batavia with his wife, Bryn, and their dog, Penny Lane. He is a Microsoft Certified Professional and brings over 15 years of IT industry experience to his role with CMJ Technologies.
As a child, Mike grew up working in his father’s auto mechanic shop. He credits this time for his troubleshooting skills as well as his love of small business.
Tiffany has lived in the Sycamore area most of her life. She completed her Associates degree in Business Management in 2006 and joined CMJ in February 2010.
Before joining CMJ, Tiffany was working as a CNA and going to school for her EMT-B certification, which she received in July 2010.
Tim is a lifelong resident of Sycamore. After high school, Tim worked for a small IT firm while completing his Bachelor’s Degree at Northern Illinois University in December of 2002. Prior to working at CMJ, Tim was the Operations Manager of the DeKalb Elks Lodge for 6 years. Tim joined the staff at CMJ in July of 2012.
Jeff is originally from Bartlett, but has lived in the Dekalb/Sycamore area since attending Northern Illinois University where he completed his Bachelor's degree in Computer Science.
Jeff has been working in the IT industry for 20 years, 15 of which as an WAN Administrator for a Local Internet Service Provider and another 5 as a LAN administrator for a company in Batavia. He joined CMJ in August of 2017.