The Teligent Team: Introducing Kipling Sandoval

Every Human Has

A Story To Tell

Far far away, behind the mountains of email words, on the other end of the telephone, is a person with a story to tell. They are the Teligent Team, ready to share their stories.


Kipling Sandoval

VP of Service Delivery


Kipling has been a part of TeligentIP since the very beginning. Many TeligentIP customers new and old have spoken to (or emailed with) Kipling. She is ready and eager to guide customers through the implementation process. Take a moment to learn a little bit more about Kipling and how important she is to our Teligent Team!

What do you do for TeligentIP?

I am the VP of Service Delivery.  My team and I work hard to ensure all new customers coming on board have an easy and smooth transition of service to our network. We also help our existing customers make changes and add new services to their accounts.

What is your favorite part about your job?

The people I get to work with every day, together we discover and learn about new technology and how to make telecom work for our customers businesses. That is best part of my day.

Outside of work, what do you like to do for fun?

My family and I spend a lot of time outdoors camping and visiting new places.  We love to travel and experience new things.  We also really enjoy visiting our local Museums and Zoos.

Which TeligentIP office do you work out of?

The Denver, Colorado office.

If someone were going to visit that city, what is one place you would highly recommend they visit?

Denver has so many things to offer someone who visits.  There is lots of things to do in and around the city, Denver Aquarium, Denver Nature and Science Museum and the Denver Zoo are all great places to see with families.  The Denver Aquarium also has a wonderful restaurant if you want a fun dining experience.  If you would like to get into the mountains and experience that fresh Colorado air, Rocky Mountain National Park is a great place to explore and see a wonderful variety of landscapes.  It’s a short drive from Denver and is located just outside of Estes Park, another Colorado gem.


Be sure to check out the #TeligentTravels blog where we take Kipling’s advice and go explore a few of the Colorado National Parks here!

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