The “work hard, play hard” mentality was apparent in my first interview and I knew Trihydro would provide me with the great family environment I was looking for.
When I started college at the University of Wyoming, I wasn’t sure if I wanted to study physics or engineering. During freshman orientation, I noticed that engineering seemed to be more practical and solution focused. I have always enjoyed working with people, and became heavily involved in student government and taught entry-level engineering during graduate school. I ultimately received my bachelor’s degree in civil engineering and then my master’s degree in environmental engineering.
I was looking for an opportunity to make a difference with a company when my master’s advisor recommended I apply at Trihydro. The “work hard, play hard” mentality was apparent in my first interview and I knew Trihydro would provide me with the great family environment I was looking for. I’ve been with the company for over 23 years, and have been fortunate enough to help Trihydro grow from a small firm of 42 to 500 people. I currently serve as the Executive Vice President/Chief Development Officer of the Company. In my role, I help to guide the strategic vision for the Company, support new ventures, oversee the Company’s mergers & acquisitions program, and lead our Business Development and Marketing teams.
Outside Trihydro, I have a wonderful wife, two incredible daughters, and a black Labrador named Aspen. We enjoy spending our time hiking, fly-fishing, skiing, mountain biking, trail running, and exploring the Wyoming backcountry. Additionally, both of my daughters are competitive swimmers and I spend many hours officiating swim meets around the state/nation.