On July 26, 2004, I began work for ARES Corporation Government Services as an Engineer/Scientist, supporting their contract with the Office of Safety and Mission Assurance, National Aeronautics and Space Administration. I also support the SYndrome Reporting Information System (SYRIS).
On April 19, 2012, I stopped working for ARES and, in August 2012, started attending the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth, where I graduated on June 8, 2014.
Shortly, I will move to Philadelphia.
On June 8, 2014, I was graduated from the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth with an M.B.A.
On June 10, 2004, I was graduated from Harvard University with an A.B. in History (focus on International Relations) and an A.M. in Earth and Planetary Sciences (focus on Paleontology).
While enrolled in the Earth and Planetary Sciences Fourth Year Masters Degree Program in Paleontology, I wrote a thesis (lab work at the Digital Paleontology Lab at MIT) on Cloudina, a small pre-Cambrian organism (Wikipedia article). What, you might ask, does Cloudina look like? Well, were you to slice it latitudinally you might see this (there are three different specimens in this picture). Were you to scan the fossil into the computer in increments of 0.05mm and reconstruct it digitally, you might see this.
Before matriculating to Harvard, I was a student at The Mercersburg Academy.
If you'd like to know more about my activities and coursework, you can always read my resume. Keep in mind, though, it's just an abbreviated version of my CV (and it hasn't been updated since I began work for ARES!).
What in the world is that pudgy-looking Owl-type drawing at the top of the page? It's my Wood Badge 92-42 Totem! After all--"We're the Owls, hear our call; the trees we nest in are really tall!"
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