While working in student development, surrounded by "people persons," I discovered that I am a "process person." The goal of the Center for Digital Humanities (Digital Theology, at the time) were refreshing and motivating - designing tools to accelerate the human intellect into the decisions for which technology cannot be the solution. My first project with the team was T-PEN (t-pen.org) where I was able to cut my teeth on Interface Design and become a confident "front-end guy." My academic interests have always been comfortably in the humanities, especially the ways in which language allows us to better interact with each other. This lifelong curiosity has dovetailed well with my current employment - enabling humans to interact reliably with the technology that ought to be helping make life easier.
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Position/Job Title:Lead Developer
Organization:Saint Louis University