Oh, hey, I didn’t see you there. Thanks for stopping by. Can I interest you in a video of my daughter, Emma, playing the cheek drum?
So who am I? Well, I believe we’re defined by what motivates us, and the two things that motivate me are doing good and having fun.
I write for non-profits because I get to work with folks who care about doing good. The people who inspire me are the ones who have a bold vision and work hard, every day, to make it reality.
They know that one young person at a time, one transformative experience at a time, one idea at a time, we can create a better world together.
I work for myself because that way no one can tell me I’m not allowed to put pictures of Emma in her Curious George costume on the company website. That, and because it lets me be in a constant state of learning. New clients mean new challenges, new jargon to simplify, new brains to pick. I have clients in New York, Florida, and the Bay Area, and every one of them needs something a little different. I wake up every morning excited to figure it all out. I’m getting pretty good at it, too—click here for a list of what I can do.
If you’re ever in Queens, come take a run with me through Astoria Park, or hop on a (long) train ride with me to Jalopy for some serious fiddle music.