“I believe hard work is what it takes to succeed”
I’m a California transplant. I had the pleasure of growing up in Anchorage, Alaska and I would not trade that experience for anything. From the great memories forged at the camp fire, to some epic fishing trips, Alaska does not disappoint. I also have deep ties to the Pacific Northwest, and regularly visit family and friends there.
When I’m not working, you can find me spending time with my family in the Tahoe area, tinkering in my shop, working on cars and DIY home improvement projects.
I am a problem solver, through and through. I can’t go to the grocery store without optimizing my trip before I even walk in the building. I consider it both a blessing and a curse.
I love working for TEE. I started at the company as a summer intern delivering drawings (back we we plotted!), and picking up redline markups in AutoCAD. From there I continued to work hard and develop my skills. I had the pleasure of working under some really talented engineers and mentors, who have helped me learn and develop the skills required to become a principal. Hard work pays off!
One of the best things about The Engineering Enterprise is our people and culture! Every day I get to work with peers that challenge me to be the best engineer possible. I also get to spend much of my time mentoring and teaching designers and staff. I love the flexibility our culture provides, and the creativity it fosters. I truly could not imagine working anywhere else.
I have a deep appreciation and admiration for authentic and genuine people. I align strongly with those who do what they say they are going to do.