The youngest of four, grows up on the mean streets of Boston’s South Shore. Survives a childhood of Toughskins, mini-golf, Dairy Queen, and front-yard football.
Graduates from UMass with (1) remarkable hair, (2) semi-useless bachelor's degree, (3) new best friend and future business partner, Dave Demerjian.
Works at the National Institutes of Health and subjects himself to one-too-many MRIs. This brain powers one half of 43,000 Feet.
Transitions from nonprofit management to Babson MBA program. Cushions the readjustment with eight weeks of hard core hammock time in the Dominican Republic.
As director of marketing for a mobile technology company, makes the rounds on the conference speaking circuit.
After decades of unwavering commitment to bachelorhood, the right girl comes along and convinces him to tie the knot. A brilliant decision for everyone involved.
Dinner for 20—an average summer weekend with family and friends on the Cape.
Leaves the corporate world, grows a beard, and hatches plan for new entrepreneurial venture.
Launches 43,000 Feet with longtime friend and writer extraordinaire Dave J. Demerjian.
Best. Kid. Ever.
Next time call business partner before new business meeting to avoid showing up in matching shirts.