17 State Street, 8th floor
New York, NY 10004
I am a former college athlete/coach and Arizonan turned Andiamonian. I ran track and cross country for Columbia University and upon graduation accepted a role on the coaching staff. As a coach, I spent a substantial amount of time recruiting student athletes and really enjoyed the work. When looking for a new role, I wanted to change industries but continue what I loved about recruiting; interacting with people and guiding them through major life decisions.
At Andiamo, I was lucky enough to find what I was looking for with the added bonus of a great team environment and extremely bright coworkers. Additionally, working in the technology industry is fascinating as the industry evolves and changes on a daily basis. Andiamo has grown substantially over the last two years both in number of employees and ability to help our candidates and clients. The growth has been really exciting to be a part of, and I have yet to have a day where I dreaded going into the office.
I live on the Upper West Side of Manhattan with my wife, Nicole. On the weekends, we can typically be found exploring different neighborhoods in Manhattan or checking a new restaurant off our endless list of places to eat in the city. I still run almost every day.
Columbia University, B.A. Political Science, Minor in Anthropology
Obstacle racing, college football, fishing, backpacking, eating and drinking in NYC
I moved to New York City from Arizona in 2004 and I love the city’s convenience and its ability to be anything I want it to be, at any given time. I can spend my morning running on a quiet, tree lined dirt trail in Central Park, my afternoon exploring a museum or a broadway show, and my night at one of the world’s top restaurants or bars - all within a 2 mile radius of my apartment.
My date to the homecoming dance, 2001(Whom I eventually married)
Teams - Columbia Lions XC/Track, Missouri Tigers Football/Basketball
Music - The Clash
Book - Dharma Bums, Jack Kerouac
TV Shows - Mad Men, Breaking Bad, Workaholics