I live, work, and volunteer in Evanston, IL:
- Functional Solutions Lead in Northwestern University's Weinberg College of Arts and Sciences.
- Treasurer and founding board member of the Evanston Women's Sculpture Project (2017-current), a project raising money to build a representative statue honoring Evanston's early women leaders.
- Former Treasurer and founding board member of the Grandmother Park Initiative (2008-2014), which built a park in west Evanston.
I'm originally from Dearborn, Michigan and later moved to Chicago where I attended Amundsen High School. I studied mathematics and computer science at Cornell College in Mount Vernon, Iowa where I met my wife, Delia. I moved to Evanston in 2001 where we are currently raising our daughter, Edith, and Jack Russell Terriers, Diesel and Precious. I'm a graduate of Leadership Evanston (2006) and highly recommend it.
I put my curly braces on the right line. I mapped the maze of twisty little passages all alike. If I had to explain Unix in 140 characters or less I would say less is more, more is less, and cat is awesome because it has a funny name. I bike to work when the weather is nice. I have a kite in my office. I believe that relative to twelve ten is grossly overrated. I believe w=uh. I tpye god. INTJ.