I’m unabashedly curious. I’ve long suffered from “shiny object” syndrome, self-induced distraction, and a perpetual failure to define myself professionally. So instead of continued resistance and struggle, I’ve chosen a different path and aim to leverage my “syndrome” as an advantage, use my distractive tendencies to get more done, and give up fighting for a definition altogether. I’m driven by any opportunity I can see to ask important questions and challenge everyone around me to build a better version of themselves and the others around them.
I spent 13 years in the Air Force as a Minuteman III crewmember. I’m grateful for my time on active duty and for the chance I had to impact the lives and livelihoods around me for the better. Today I hope to serve in much the same way as a financial advisor, personal coach, and student of philosophy and education.