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Here we go!

After several years challenging myself in college, receiving grants for my academics, and stressing myself out... I was hired by Nike/Hurley/Converse as Hurley's Senior Flash Designer and then promoted to Senior Web Designer. I spent over 2 years redefining Hurley's online experience with our teams and winning awards with the company.

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Funded by Tech Coast Angels

After Hurley, I started a new emerging technology that tracked and managed patrons at hospitality venues through their drivers license. One of my partners submitted our company to Tech Coast Angels. After several months of due diligence we reached terms and brought on 2 investors to launch MyDoorman & ItsGoinOn.

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Mentoring @ Pepperdine University

While I was running ItsGoinOn and MyDoorman, my partner was notified that Pepperdine Universities' Senior Advertising 475 class was looking for a fresh new company in technology to work with. The professor, knowing my partner, asked if we would mentor her advertising class and work with the students on their ideas. So we did!

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*newzcard featured LIVE by The Whitehouse.

In 2013, Justin Kahn and Steve Granitz chased me down with their innovative ideas for *newzcard. After receiving funding, I joined them. Through our partnership with Getty Images we had over 25,000 professional photojournalists uploading to *newzcard each day, from all around the world. President Obama selected *newzcard and 2 other innovative startups to air LIVE on the Whitehouse's website in 2014.

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The evolution of distributive bike share begins

In 2015, I needed a break from tech projects so I put together Cream Cycles Rentals. While sitting on the beach renting bikes to tourist, I started thinking about ways to increase rental utilization. The solution was distributive bike share with no lock up stations. RideNAB was born. The first distributive bike share company in the US.

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Colorado Tech, here I come.

Life happens! The VC's funded BIRD instead of RideNAB and that was the end of our company. RideNAB is still based on better principles today. So after spending over a decade focused on building my design and technology career, I decided it was time to focus on family. I picked up and moved to Colorado, where I started PTG WEB.

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I see an emerging market.

In 2018, I decided I wanted to get involved in the legal hemp industry. So I spent several months researching, studying, and looking for an opportunity that was federally legal. From my research I discovered that all "certified" plastic containers were manufactured in China, California and Washington. I see an opportunity.

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Make Real Change

With the world in crisis, COVID-19 pandemic, economies collapsing, 40m unemployed and a stimulus package that brought no relief to the American people... I started thinking. With every problem there's a solution. This may be our biggest challenge to date, but together we can heal our nation through innovation, compassion & mathematics.

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Everything's bigger in Texas

I'm putting down roots in Austin, Texas. I'm excited to announce that we will be part of the Texas tech and business scene moving forward. I'm looking forward to assisting my peers and communities create positive change.