I’m a project manager, a techie, a communications guy, a strategist, an advocate, and a consultant. Basically, I’m a digital generalist who thrives on making the world a bit better before the end of each day.
My projects typically revolve around helping nonprofits figure out their technology needs and advising social entrepreneurs. I’m always looking for new challenges, so if you have one (or several), please contact me.
I now work full-time as the Technology Manager for Repair the World, a nonprofit dedicated to inspiring American Jews and their communities to give their time and effort to serve those in need. I get to spend my time geeking out while making the world a better place. Totally awesome.
If you’re interested in my writings, you can find them on my blog, The Follies of Zest. There you’ll find some thoughts about tech, the Jewish world, and other stuff I come across.
If you’re interested in hiring me for a contract gig, you might want to check out my resume.