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September 11th

Today is September 11, 2020. It’s been nineteen years since that day, and a generation has passed. I’ve lived through my own challenging experiences, while trying to be mindful…
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Pillars, pillars everywhere!

What did I do over my summer vacation? (I didn’t catch COVID-19, so that was good!) I raised caterpillars. And more than a few of them!   My two…
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It’s Begun!

Eight days ago I started on a journey with some of my favorite bug friends—cecropia moths! I purchased the cocoons this winter, which is during their “off” season. Cecropias,…
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To Dare Greatly

On April 23, 1910, Teddy Roosevelt gave a speech at the Sorbonne in Paris, France, entitled “Citizenship in a Republic.” The notable paragraph of the talk is known as…
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Black-and-white Warbler

I was out walking about a month ago, on a local trail (trying not to end up face-first in a stream) when I was surrounded by four or five…
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About me

As a Dartmouth graduate, I’ve studied information technology, marketing, and business management, with an eye for how underlying frameworks weave together. As an author I’ve looked at motivations, wonder, and disillusionment to explain why we do what we do. And as a piper I’ve played for the honor and dignity that we aspire to in our lives. Yet as a stroke survivor, I’m simply trying to find my way back…

My Management Services

No problem is too large!

The biggest questions can only be solved with a diverse group thinking at its best. I work with others, encouraging and challenging, flipping answers on their side until the very best solution is found!


Management Consulting

From evaluating prospective buyouts, to defining new markets for growth, I can help! I’ve spent the last twenty years finding right solutions to some of the most demanding questions. How can I assist?

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Assistive Technology

By combining the reach of Boston-area hospitals, with the talents of rehab therapists, and tech wizardry of university students, assistive tech is taking on a new life!