Software developer Cristion Brown breaks record as Ohio’s youngest adjunct teacher


Thanks to her hard work and determination, Cristion Brown now rightfully holds the record for becoming the youngest adjunct teacher in Ohio. The trained software engineer who made a name for himself in Ohio started teaching computer science in Cincinnati State when he was 23 years old.

Cristion’s passion for programming started when he was 13 years old. As a young man, he attended summer camps sponsored by Google and Bank of America focused on programming activities. He expanded his knowledge in the field by continuing to code throughout his early education and earned his BS in Software Engineering from the University of Miami.

“The last three semesters at Cincinnati State taught me a lot about myself personally and professionally,” says Cristion, who revealed that as a child he never imagined himself in front of the classroom.

Cristion is also the founder of Hypernova Technologies, a company aiming to create the world’s largest digital safety net by becoming the first technology provider to mitigate business, economic and global disasters for small and medium businesses.

With more than 60 businesses affected, the company is a beacon of hope for businesses large and small in distress. The US-based company has received many positive reviews for its work. “I want to deliver a big note to express my gratitude.” Alex states “You have been amazing to work with. The MAK Player Coach website looks amazing and it is a credit to your work. I appreciate your time and commitment to the design which turned out to be everything I imagined”.

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