Why am I at Posner?
My approach to development has always been a multi-directional one that supports learning and change for all parties involved. The opportunity to simultaneously support development endeavors worldwide and to facilitate the professional, personal and community development taking place in Denver at the Posner Center is a truly exciting one.
What gets me fired up?
Learning languages, sharing the road, soccer, and education that supports transformative change.
More about me:
My Denver family includes two cats, five chickens, my wonderful wife and our adorable and energetic baby. We enjoy our little urban homestead and are always taking on new endeavors in growing, brewing, and crafting. I’m a voracious reader and am always open to recommendations. Last but not least, cheese is a major driver of my happiness.
Ask me about:
Bringing programs to scale, playing ultimate frisbee across Europe, refugee resettlement, and building and/or fixing things.
Some of my flashy credentials:
- M.A. in International Development and Social Change from Clark University in Massachusetts
- Selected and served as a Social Change Fellow at Clark University
- Led successful expansion of US-Brazil Connect’s Conexão Mundo Program from 1 Brazilian state in 2012 to 18 states in 2014.