What is most exciting to me about Trihydro’s future is the diversification of our services.
At an early age I wanted to be an astronomer, especially after seeing the cool telescopes in the Sears Catalog. That dream died after I never got a telescope for Christmas any of the years I asked for one.
I went to the University of Houston as a National Merit Scholar. I received a B.S. in Biology, at that time planning to pursue a career in medicine. However, ultimately unsure of my future path, after graduation I volunteered for a year at a homeless shelter in Chicago. During that year, I worked informally with the Chicago Coalition for the Homeless on issues related to homelessness and met a few lawyers volunteering their time with CCH. That experience, and the impressive expertise these lawyers contributed, ultimately inspired me to pursue law school.
After graduating from law school at the University of Nebraska, I worked in private practice for about five years in Lincoln, Nebraska. My wife (who is from Wyoming) and I wanted to return to Wyoming, and I was able to join Trihydro as Associate General Counsel in 2011. Now as General Counsel, I enjoy collaborating with senior management and project teams to chart the direction of the Company and solve problems.
What is most exciting to me about Trihydro’s future is the diversification of our services. Specifically, developments by our Technology Services and Solutions Business Unit like our connected vehicle project. It is an application that will eventually benefit anyone who drives a vehicle.
Outside of work, I enjoy lots of time with my wife, two daughters and son – they are my top priority. I am also passionate about learning and read lots of history, politics, and foreign policy. If I had the time, I would write a book no one would read.