I am a writer, speaker, healthcare industry executive, and graduate of the Wharton School of Business of the University of Pennsylvania. My website, Echoes of Meaning, is a collection of articles on human connection, including posts on family, meaningful work, religion, and self-improvement.
My experiences have taken me all around the world – from a young surfer in Los Angeles to a missionary in Brazil to a healthcare innovator in Boston. Currently, I am a Vice President with Providence. I love to read about psychology, philosophy, history, healthcare, and religion.
My home is Washington State where I live with my wife Rachael and our five children – four girls and one boy. In addition to my family, I am dedicated to my business clients and to my local church and community, all of which give my life a sense of meaning and purpose.
When I am not writing, you can find me coaching one of my kid’s teams, hiking in the Columbia Gorge, or wakeboarding when it’s nice outside and snowboarding when it’s not.