GENERAL JOURNEYMAN ELECTRICIAN
Hails from: Oregon
Activities: Traveling, landscape and astro-photography, birdwatching, rollerblading, skiing, hiking, camping, gardening, and playing with dogs
Degrees: JATC: Oregon General Journeyman License CGCC: AEET-Electrical Electrical Engineering Technology and Renewable Energy University of Oregon: BA-Digital Multimedia Design
Fun facts: I’m a hobby meteorologist. I can start a campfire with water. My favorite board game is Settlers of Catan, and I can identify at least 23 different birds just from their calls.
Favorite nonprofit: Street Dog Hero, a small nonprofit focused on rescuing dogs from around the world to be fostered and adopted in the Pacific Northwest. Mental Health America, a community-based organization dedicated to helping those struggling with mental health issues.
Volunteer work: Over many years, I’ve volunteered my time to Jackson Bottom Wetlands Preserve, establishing new trails, monitoring migratory wildlife and leading educational nature programs for kids. I’ve always had a love for the outdoors and still have a special connection to this local wetlands.