I’m a systems problem solver who leads teams of designers, engineers, and product managers. I love to synthesize complex information into coherent solutions, and I’m at my best when playing with others. I’m usually thinking about building products that use technology, sustainability and design to benefit people’s daily lives.
A Houston native and alum of Olin College and Stanford’s Design Program, I’m always happy to chat about the differences between hardware and software development, why B2B is more fun than B2C, or why parents make great product managers. Also about things with wheels, baseball, or home improvement during quarantine.
While I love thinking and working in systems, I recharge through crafting simple physical objects. At any point, you’ll find me with a tool in my hand or happily running around with my incredible wife and kids.
I often won’t have all the answers you need, but I will get you asking more of the right questions.
I’ve been fortunate to have my work repeatedly covered by the press, including the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Gizmodo, Engadget, Treehugger, and others.
// Sr. Product Manager, DISCO
// Mentor, Capital Factory
// Instructor, Product School
// (some form of) Product Manager, RetailMeNot Labs, IBM Design, MIOX, Noribachi
// Instructor on the Circular Economy, Stanford d.school
// Founder, Combine Coworking and AwoogaLabs
// Schmidt-MacArthur Fellow in the circular economy
// Alum, Stanford’s Joint Program in Design and Olin College