I am passionate about leading companies and teams.

I believe that great teams,

at great companies,

build great products.

That is what I do best.

This is me

My last company, Fifty Seven Pounds, was acquired by ProKarma in June.

I am now looking for my next adventure.

I excel at delivering innovative digital products, leading teams, and running the day-to-day operations of a company. My background is in running a custom software development company primarily focused on enabled digital marketing transformations and operations.

If you want to know more about my background, feel free to reach out to me on Linkedin.

Software Development  Leadership
Forecasting  P&L Responsibility

 Team Management   Business Operations

P&L Responsibility    Ground up builds  Technical People Leadership

  Custom Software Development     

I build people and technology focused companies and teams.

I spend most of my free time writing, and working on limited consulting engagements. I write about software development, leadership, business operations. and whatever is in my head. If you are interested in my writings, check out my Medium or look at the bottom of this page.

I consider myself a leader who focuses on four values: authenticity, communication, performance, and culture.


Performance dramatically increases when people are given a chance to be themselves and to take risks. Team members need an environment in which they can speak their minds in a clear manner while respecting opinions around them.



Great teams need to be able to work well as a group and with other groups. In my roles, I have significantly improved team communication by treating it as a skill to develop in my people.


A foundation of values isn't important unless your company thrives financially. Good teams want great compensation, benefits, opportunities, and growth. Great people want to work for growing companies.



Creating an exceptional engineering culture takes years of effort. Your customers aren't going to love your company until your employees do. I am most passionate about creating a great place to work and developing my team. I drive a feedback centric culture to promote internal growth. All leaders at Fifty Seven Pounds were grown within the company from lower roles, rather than external hires.

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