DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE
At the DoD, I was the first Head of Biotechnology in the Office of the CTO, where I led the development of enterprise biotech strategy and the modernization roadmap.
At Dartmouth, I used AI and data science to study biology, how it changes from person to person, and to build new algorithm to improve health and wellbeing.
A career driven by impact, and a life driven by adventure
My career spans the software startup world of Silicon Valley to innovative companies focused on the future of biotechnology. I value companies with a mission-driven focus, that believe in a positive impact on society as much as the return on investment.
I’m an eternal student, curious about the world, and passionate about my role as an educator. My work spans studying the molecular nature of breast cancer to the data driven nature of technology, and policy ideas at the intersection of society, security, and technology.
I am not one to sit on the outside and wish others would make a difference. I’ve served stints in the government, most recently leading biotechnology modernization at the Department of Defense, working to bring new technologies to national security.
Life is only as rich as the people we get to share it with. My family, friends, and colleagues are the central focus of my energy. I work to share my wonder about life with them, and learn from the lessons they can teach me about patience, compassion, and drive.
At IQT, I developed new ways to look at biological data safely and securely
At Amazon, I helped to improve the Alexa interactive user experience
At DHMC, my work helped doctors and scientists study biology and medicine
At Dartmouth, I studied the environment’s impact on variation in cancer and disease
Often I think, sometimes I share