I grew up in rural Indiana, where I enjoyed the benefits of small town life, a quality I particularly cherish in Breckenridge, my adopted home. After graduating from Indiana University, the mountains were calling and I headed west in 2003 to begin a summer internship with the BOEC. As a summer intern, I was blessed with incredible mentors and countless life-changing experiences while serving the BOEC’s remarkable clientele. I was fortunate enough to stay on as a course director for a few years, but then headed to Boulder so my wife and I could continue our respective educations.
I attended law school at UC Boulder, and after several wonderful years in the Front Range, the high country came calling once again. I started my legal career as a Deputy District Attorney in Summit County, began working as an associate at West Brown Huntley P.C. in Breckenridge in early 2014, and became a shareholder in 2018.
I consider it an honor to have the opportunity to give back as a board member to an organization that has given me so much. On a personal note, my wife and I have twin boys who are in perpetual motion. I am excited for them to grow up with an appreciation for the wonders of the BOEC.