Personal Bio: Born and raised in Colorado. I graduated from Colorado State University in May 2015 with a B.S. in Civil Engineering. My passions include seeing live music and traveling. So far I’ve been to Mexico, Jamaica, the Bahamas, Panama, New Zealand, Australia, Norway, and Sweden. The next place I would like to visit would have to be either Iceland or somewhere near the Mediterranean.
I began my college career at the University of Washington in Seattle but due to high tuition costs for out-of-state students, I transferred back to Colorado after my freshmen year. During my sophomore year, I joined Triangle at CSU, a fraternity for engineers, scientists, and architects. This was one of the best decisions I made as it allowed me to develop my social, management, and leadership skills. I served one year as Treasurer and one year as President. During my Junior year I had the opportunity to go on a Altbreak with CSU to Panama. During this trip we split the day rebuilding a bird watching trail/bridge in a national forest and spending time with the locals. Additionally, I had the opportunity to work for the U.S. Forest Service in Park Falls Wisconsin during the summer of 2014. There spent most days surveying new roads for future timber harvesting.
I joined Altitude Land Consultants as a project engineer in August 2015. Since then I’ve been living in downtown Denver and loving every minute of it! I regularly take advantage of the nearby concerts venues and local breweries. I also enjoy doing anything outside ranging from volleyball and Frisbee golf, to hiking and camping.
University of Washington, Seattle
Colorado State University, Fort Collins
Tau Beta Pi (Engineering Honor Society)
Triangle Fraternity (Colorado State University Chapter)
United States Forest Service – Park Falls, Wisconsin