Associate Dean and Senior Director of First Year Experience, Academic Advising, Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education
When did you start working at Stanford? How long have you been involved with ASF?
I started at Stanford in 2011 and got involved in ASF soon afterwards!
What kind of work do you do at Stanford?
I lead a team who oversees a set of programs directed at supporting the first year undergraduate experience at Stanford including Orientation, Frosh 101, the Leland Scholars Program, to name a few.
What is your hometown?
My childhood was split between Sacramento, CA and Richland, WA
Why is ASF important to you?
Great people, great community, and great opportunities to lift up API experiences, narratives, and stories for the entire campus.
What are your interests and hobbies?
Avid sports fan, father of 3, ramen connoisseur, love talking about Jesus, politics, race, and education. Always up for a board game.
What is your board title and responsibilities?
I serve as the representative to the A3C advisory board.