I'm an American husband and an adoptive father living in Uganda, Africa. I'm an entrepreneur and business lover who is full of all those useless facts you never wanted to know. I speak fluent sarcasm and absolutely love meeting and working with new people.
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I've spent the last 8 years working in the non-profit sector, fulfilling positions from Board Member to Executive Director, and now working in the business and sustainability arena.
My love for people and business find their roots in my faith. I believe Christ was the ultimate example of...
My supreme goal in serving my clients is that they walk away from our interactions as a better person, company, or non-profit. I'm all in - I want to learn as much as I can about the culture, vision, and mission of your project so that I can add the most value to it.
I've been managed by some of the best and worst managers you could think of. I believe as organizations, people are our greatest asset. Learn to manage them well and they will bring your vision to life, because it will be their vision, also. I will bring both my experience and education into helping you manage your people better.
I have written, developed, and managed international volunteer programs for non-profits. Everything from advertising and recruitment to booking travel plans and in-country management. For many of us, volunteers are the backbone of our organization. Volunteers give their time, money, and reputations to further our visions while never asking for a paycheck. We owe it to them to have our ducks in a row and give them the best experience possible. I can help you do that.
I'm constantly self-educating myself further into business, management, and entrepreneurship. Startups are like drugs to me. When you hire me, you get the thousands of podcasts, books, and articles I read on a continual basis. I believe re-inventing the wheel is a waste of time. The world is full of brilliant minds; I can find the ones most useful to you and help you merge their wisdom into your organization....
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