Currently, I am the manager for professional golfer and media talent Paige Spiranac, as well as an entrepreneurship, design thinking, and innovation consultant.

My broad range of interests and expertise has led me to work in sports at the U.S. Olympic Committee, in fashion at IMG Models, in entrepreneurship through small business ownership, and in higher education at both Stanford as well as the Colorado School of Mines. You can see more of my career story here.

I am also a proud Stanford University grad, having graduated early with a degree in Communication (Media Studies), as a member of Phi Beta Kappa and a winner of the Stanford Award of Excellence.

On the personal side, I grew up in a family of athletes that has always put an emphasis on health and wellness. My dad was a DI National Championship winning college football player, my mom was a professional ballet dancer who attended Canada’s National Ballet School, while I ran Track & Field at Stanford University after a highly successful high school career. Over the years I’ve gained a wealth of knowledge through my experiences working with and performing alongside some of the top athletes, trainers, and coaches in the world. I’ve seen first-hand how making wellness a priority can improve both quality of life as well as level of career success.