Ambit Team Member Spotlight: Lynn Comstock

In the ever-evolving landscape of business and technology, success is often attributed to the collective brilliance and dedication of a remarkable team. At Ambit, we take immense pride in the diverse and skilled individuals who form the backbone of our organization. 

From innovative strategists to meticulous problem solvers, each member brings a unique set of talents that harmoniously blend to drive our company’s growth and client satisfaction. 

We’re pleased to continue our “Team Spotlight” series, an initiative aimed at giving you an insider’s view into the exceptional individuals who power Ambit’s continued journey towards excellence. 

Join us as we delve into the stories, experiences, and accomplishments of our team. We are shedding light on the personalities that make Ambit not just a company, but a tightly-knit family of professionals reaching for the pinnacle of success together. This month, we are spotlighting Lynn Comstock, Ambit Field Specialist since 2015.

Operations Manager, Sarah Burgi, shared, “Lynn’s easy-going nature is truly a breath of fresh air in our fast-paced environment. Whether it’s offering a helping hand or listening to a colleague’s concerns, he embodies the spirit of teamwork and inclusivity. He makes everyone feel comfortable and valued, and creates a collaborative environment that contributes to our culture and success.”

Keep reading to get to know Lynn for yourself!

When you were young, what did you imagine doing when you grew up?

I wanted to be a police officer. As I got older, I decided that wasn’t for me and instead wanted to be a professional BMX rider or skater. 

Why did you decide to join the Ambit team? 

I was working for an LS for several years and wanted to get back with a team. When I joined Ambit there were a lot of people around the same age and I was going to be the only one working in California. 

What surprised you about Ambit since joining the team?

What surprised me is how everyone comes together. When people are out on leave, everyone takes over the workload and keeps everything running smoothly. 

What does a day in the life of your role at Ambit look like?

I wake up and turn on my computer. I enjoy some coffee or tea so I can wake up, then let my dogs out, and clean up any messes they have left behind. Now it’s time to jump on the computer until I get a call from field tech needing help until about noon. Afterwards, I take care of any work order or issues until the work day is over. 

After work, I get to play with my kids or do work around the house the rest of the day.

What do you enjoy most about working at Ambit?

What I enjoy the most about working with Ambit is there is no unnecessary judgment on the things I do. If something isn’t done correctly, I’m asked to fix it and then work together with the rest of the team to identify how to relay this to the field and drafting. No one particular person is called out or blamed when mistakes are made – we work as a unit. 

What’s your favorite way to spend your free time?

My daughter and I like to go target shooting where a lot of ex-military go shooting. We have a lot of fun watching them do their thing. I also enjoy working on my motorcycle while my kids play out front with neighbors. 

What is the last show you binge watched?

The last show I binged watched was a new show called Twisted Metal. It is based on a game I played when I was a kid – it has the post-apocalyptic gore and humor I find entertaining.

Where is your favorite place to vacation?

We go to the river a lot, but I enjoy Utah near Zion the most. I have been on almost all of the trails, and lived in that area for a little over three years. 

What is your drink of choice?

My drink of choice is Mai Tai, or a Red Bull & Jägermeister.

What are your favorite/most often referenced quotes?

George Santayana’s: A man’s feet should be planted in his country, but his eyes should survey the world. 

And Jeff Hood: The strongest hearts have the most scars.

What’s something you’ve accomplished/done in life that you’re most proud of?

It’s hard to understand unless you’ve been through it but I’ve been counting the years since my aortic dissection. The most difficult thing I’ve ever done is transform who I am for the better. I used to get so angry at myself and everyone around me for the first few years. I couldn’t control anything. All I wanted to do was at least be able to carry my babies.

With all the scars, and the ups and downs, it has taught me a lot about how I viewed the world and everything around me. 

I am very happy where I am now, with the feeling of a full recovery and only being treated with medications at this point. I know I still have a long road ahead and am pushing myself further than I ever have before, and it feels great. 

What do you do to take care of your mental well-being?

This is an everyday process for me. I always make sure I take my blood pressure medication on time. If I miss it, I can feel myself getting frustrated easily. Lately, I have been going on walks with my dogs Pepper and Mei-Mei to de-stress. 

I also stopped listening to Heavy Metal and am now playing Reggae and relaxing mellow music. 

What’s something about you that only a few people know?

I’m not a fan of California. I’d live under a bridge or in a trailer in any other state if I could bring my family. We are wanting to move to Washington or Nevada but waiting for our kids to get older. 

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