The opportunity for continued growth in revenue and profitability, as well as continued development of our company culture, makes Trihydro a great place to work.
As a young boy, I always dreamed of being a veterinarian. In high school, my initial interest was to be a fish and game biologist. However, I had a business teacher at the time who encouraged me to consider accounting or business as a career. I did well in the class and really enjoyed what I learned, so I attended the University of Wyoming and received a Bachelor of Science in Accounting.
Years later, as Trihydro’s Chief Financial Officer, my focus is understanding the goals, needs, and objectives of our employees, managers, and senior leaders – and then helping them achieve success. I enjoy assisting my peers and staff to regularly solve business problems, because business as usual is a risky place to be these days. We compete in markets that require constant change to be successful…which reminds me of bumper sticker I once saw that said, “unless you are the lead dog, the scenery never changes.” We must constantly push ourselves as a company to find ways to add value to the services provide to our clients. This opportunity for continued growth in revenue and profitability, as well as continued development of our company culture, makes Trihydro a great place to work.
I have five children and fourteen grandchildren that keep me busy outside of work. When I am not with them, I really love fly fishing.