I’m a freelance writer and philosophile who graduated from a small liberal arts college with a major in accounting and a minor in philosophy. The philosophy stuck, the accounting didn’t. I wrote a little about that for The New York Times here. I also have a Master of Arts in Teaching which allowed me to explore the relationship between philosophy and education.
Before I was a freelancer, I was a Guide Dog Mobility Instructor for The Seeing Eye for 11 years. If you want to know what that’s all about, you can read my essay at The Morning News here. Before that, I was a headhunter, aka corporate recruiter. And before that, I was a staff accountant at Deloitte & Touche.
I write features, profiles, essays, and opinion pieces about politics, philosophy, education, religion, and culture.
I start each morning with strong coffee and end most days with cheap wine. I also treat myself to bourbon occasionally.
Get in touch: firstname.lastname@example.org