Tony Konzal is Senior Systems Engineer for Atomic Data. He grew up in a suburb of Baltimore, MD which was very close to the Mason Dixon line. As a young person, Tony naturally was pulled into the world of the arts. He danced from ages 4 to 12 and sang in every chorus and choir that he could be a part of from grade 4 to college age. Being no stranger to the stage, he would either act, assistant direct, or be a lighting/sound director for every production at North Carroll High School. As a student at Villa Julie College in Stevenson, MD, he was the inaugural winner of a computer scholarship contest. After being interviewed as a finalist, Tony was 1 out of 45 students who received a full scholarship for all 4 years of his full-time education. He graduated with a Bachelor of Science for Information Systems, and went on to work in Washington, D.C. for both the Government of the District of Colombia and NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration). In 2007, he decided to fulfill his dream of moving west to San Diego and joined the San Diego Gay Men’s Chorus soon thereafter. He is hoping to bring some technology experience to the SDGMC to continue to further the mission of the organization, leveraging his existing relationships within and outside of the organization. In his free time, Tony enjoys cooking and growing plants around his house, walking the beach on weekends, and spending time with his Dog Jax.