As a social scientist turned communicator with a background in ecology, I am a strong proponent of interdisciplinary thinking. I’ve worked in academia, the non-profit world and beyond. Whether making decisions on how to protect a species in the ocean or hypothesizing where consciousness comes from, there is true value in exploring (and respecting) multiple perspectives and I hope to do so throughout my life.
The longer I’m on this planet, the greater my desire grows to understand human-environment connections, and in particular how we as individuals can cultivate a society built on empathy via respect for multiple pathways and world views, including those that have historically been perceived as contradictory or mutually exclusive, like scientific reason and spirituality.
Join me in exploring some of the most compelling issues of our time while perhaps considering alternative theories and points of view (with a bit of humor thrown in now and then). I look forward to a mutual expansion of understanding and awareness. I encourage you to reach out if you are looking to collaborate on projects related to science communication, social-ecological resilience, sustainable living, and the intersections of science and society.
As science and technology continue to develop at an increasingly rapid pace, many scientific theories are beginning to come full-circle in regards to our understanding of how the universe works, and how we are connected to it and to each other, linking ancient philosophies and beliefs with modern documented ‘evidence’. These theories, and their implications for humanity and the world at large, are what interest me most and what I hope to focus on in my work and in my blog on this site.