You can call me Joe
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I live, work, play and invest in a small mountain town at Lake Tahoe called Incline Village. I love to spend time outdoors – hiking, biking, gardening and exploring new places.
My website showcases my professional experience for those who want to understand more about who I am and what I do.
Feel free to poke around my site to learn more about me.
Most images on my site are mine unless otherwise noted.
To Blog or Not to Blog
I’ve never made a habit of blogging before, but maybe I can change that? Stay tuned.
I departed Incline High School in 2009 with an Advanced Diploma of Graduation with Honors.
I received a four-year Bachelor of Science Degree with a major in Environmental Sciences from Northern Arizona University in 2013.
I acknowledge that I live and work on the traditional lands and territories of the Washoe Tribe.
I am a reserved individual, but my drive to get things done overcomes my inhibition. The quality of my accomplishments as a team member has been described as diligent and I continue to set higher goals for my well-being, professionalism and capability. My upbringing in Lake Tahoe along with my college experience at Northern Arizona University gives me pride to be who I am and passion for working with people and the ecosystem. The time I have spent in the Sierra Nevada mountains and the desert southwest has played a significant role in cultivating my unique perspective. I believe that the Earth we share has limited resources; our communities must treat the environment and each other with respect while celebrating our differences and supporting disadvantaged populations.
I sweat the small stuff…
My spreadsheets are insane…
I have PRIDE for who I am…
Sense of community is the most important thing…
I am an up and coming young professional with sustainable solutions to modern problems that enable a happy workforce, quality service and product durability that all stakeholders can benefit from.
My favorite quotes go like this:
“Life is like a snowball, the important part is finding wet snow and a long hill.”
“All our dreams can come true, if we have the courage to pursue them.”
“I am an idealist without illusions.”
John F. Kennedy
“…That is America. Those bonds of affection; that common creed. We don’t fear the future; we shape it. We embrace it, as one people, stronger together than we are on our own.”
Barack H. Obama
“In every bit of honest writing in the world, there is a base theme. Try to understand men, if you understand each other you will be kind to each other. Knowing a man well never leads to hate and nearly always leads to love.”
“Sometimes, the smallest things take up the most room in your heart.”
Winnie the Pooh