I now hang out in downtown Nashville, Tennessee.

Music City has been my home for past nine years. 

You might see me around town playing volleyball or softball; skating a greenway; or perhaps hammering with Habitat;  maybe even recycling; burrito-ing at Qdoba, or just walking to and fro.

I work as an Environmental Epidemiologist for the State of Tennessee Department of Health ensuring that communities are safe from exposure to harmful chemicals.  Prior to my current role, I was an Environmental Specialist with the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation.

Prior, I graduated in 1997 from Eckerd College in St. Petersburg, Florida, with a bachelors degree in Marine Science: Biology and a minor in Environmental Studies.  While at Eckerd, I was involved with EC-SAR, Bird Rescue, and the Earth Society.  I added to my education with a masters degree from the School of Public and Environmental Affairs at Indiana University in Bloomington in 1998.

It all started for me when I was born in Crown Point, Indiana, to my parents Tim and Carol.  I have two brothers Wayne and Bruce.  I would grow through Eisenhower, Taft, and then finally graduate from Crown Point High School back in 1993. 


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