About Me

It’s been an incredible journey. So far.

I started my career at 100 Main Street in Nashua, NH, cleaning apartments for my father. That job instilled in me the importance of hard work and love for Downtown Nashua. My second job was to involve myself in many aspects of my mother’s company, New Hampshire Magazine, which led me to a career in entrepreneurship, graphic design, and tech. Eventually these early roads led to Product Management and helping define Talent and transformation strategies for Fortune 100 companies. My favorite career highlights: Delivering Apple Pay domestically and internationally to over 30 countries, helping design Top of the Rock, innovating the Retail and L&D industry through technology, and helping thousands of people further their own life’s work.

I have consulted with companies to create consistent and explainable career paths, and I’ve done so in companies with 50 or over 100,000 employees.

I’ve been involved in running and obstacle course racing starting in 2011 as a community leader. I’ve participated in over 50 Tough Mudders, including six 24 hour Worlds Toughest Mudder runs. I ran the Boston Marathon, the San Francisco Marathon (twice in a row), and several Ultramarathons. And all of this racing was done for various charities. I was named the 2017 Obstacle Course Racing Humanitarian of the Year for the fundraising work our teams did to raise money for charity. I’ve raised well over $600,000 for charities and continue to raise more today.

In 2018, I took a career break to run across America for Firefighter Cancer Support Network. I ran over 5,425 miles, visited over 300 fire stations, and raised $150,000. I also met my amazing wife, Alicia, and our three amazing children, Noah, Ethan, and Emma, during the run.

In 2024, I am invested in continuing to explore the incredible opportunities in technology and talent management.