I have always had an interest in the intersection of design and technology and attended Carnegie Mellon University with the intent to explore this interest further. I took my first computer graphics course there and fell in love. I received both my BFA and Master of Entertainment Technology (MET); then set out to start my first 3D startup out of graduate school.
Motivated by the desire to move fast and build a really powerful consumer brand, my brother, business partner, and I approached the EBTH co-founders with a plan to scale this unique company that helps so many people navigate difficult times.
Great leaders also know how to set context for the “why” and then enable their team’s performance by clearing the path and giving them runway so that they can perform at their best.
The products I have developed range from complex medical devices (stents for cardiac procedures, respiratory devices, DNA capturing and storage devices, and bite impression devices) to baby and child products (pacifiers, feeding bottles, bottle brushes, etc).
I’ve spent my career conceiving big ideas, rejecting the status quo and developing better business solutions with category-creating companies like Tivoli Systems (acquired by IBM), DAZEL Corporation (acquired by Hewlett-Packard) and WhiteGlove Health.