I’ve spent the past few years traveling around seeing what I can do to improve our world. I’ve spent 4 years at the University of Michigan studying engineering. I spent a month in Ghana setting up pilot plastic recycling programs. I spent a month in Ecuador studying Spanish, working on an organic farm, and building schools. I spent a month in Israel studying the culture. I was in charge of site development for the North American Summer Service Team at the University of Michigan and was a Site Leader for the Pangaea World Service Team. I was a member of the percussion based stage performance group called Groove for 4 years.
I am a founding member and VP of Corporate Social Responsibility for Juice High Voltage Entertainment. I’m currently a Team Leader for AmeriCorps National Civilian Community Corps Pacific Region. I’ve also worked as an engineering intern for Parsons conducting feasibility studies for small towns in Texas in order to see how they could upgrade their public water systems for 3 summers. While attending the University of Michigan I worked with project SERVE to help development service learning initiatives.
I am interested in traveling, volunteering, urban and environmental planning/design, always stretching myself and personal development. Lately I’ve been reading a lot about personal finance and lifestyle design. One day I hope that I’ll be either working for or owning my own company that focuses on environmental engineering and international travel and development.