A little bit about me: I graduated from the University of Colorado at Boulder in 2004 with a degree in International Affairs and a minor in Economics. Since graduation I have backpacked throughout South and Southeast Asia; worked for a non-profit in the San Francisco Bay area as an AmeriCorps VISTA volunteer; studied microfinance as an intern/researcher with BRAC and the Grameen Bank in Bangladesh; assisted a Christian NGO in Uganda and Kenya as a microenterprise consultant; worked for ASHOKA: Innovators for the Public; led backpacking trips in the Sierra Nevada range as an Outward Bound Instructor; and participated in a year-long fellowship program in the Washington, DC area studying theology, working at a public charter school, and ministering to high school youth. In 2012, I graduated from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary with a M.Div. degree. I currently live in Burlington, VT with my wife and dog.