I am a family man with a background in technology and marketing. I learned hard work as a young person and applied my work ethic in the US Army, afterwards in delivering and installing window coverings & blinds, and then going back to school.
I’m very grateful for the opportunity to use my GI Bill and other VA education benefits to pursue the training, skills, and career opportunities related to my natural talents in technology, art, writing, and marketing. I completed my two-year transfer degree at Clark College on the Vice President’s honor roll. Next, I completed my BA in Digital Technology and Culture at Washington State University, Vancouver in 2018. With a 3.96 GPA, I was awarded the Summa Cum Laude distinction.
At Audigy, I’ve spent four years in a fast-paced, high-performance marketing agency setting. I’ve had the privilege to serve some of the best small business owners, alongside some of the most professional teammates in the hearing healthcare and business consulting industries.
I’ve been blessed with a broad range of training and experience. At Audigy, I started out building websites, collaborating with account managers, content creators, and stakeholders, and optimizing SEO to accomplish inbound marketing goals. Most recently, I’ve been helping B2C and B2B clients achieve their landing page conversion goals through advanced user interface design and development and content marketing strategy.
I am very thankful for the opportunity to volunteer at Equipping Bible Church. I learned many basic web development skills by helping to build a WordPress website for our national radio broadcast ministry, Equipping the Saints. Currently, I’m helping to build an iOS app as well, which has a significantly larger learning curve than a WordPress site, but it has been an exciting project.
I’ve greatly enjoyed both my professional and volunteer experiences, and look forward to hearing from those in my new local community who need help building, managing, and improving their websites. Feel free to reach out if you have any questions or comments. Thank you for reading!