Security Consultant, Leviathan Security Group

April 2020 - Present

Pentester and Security Researcher, Black Hills Information Security

February 2017 - April 2020

Consulting, research, development, and a whole lot more.

Principal Consultant, Striker Security

May 2016 - January 2018

I ran a small information security consulting company. The company is still around, but I don’t do all that much with it anymore.

Software Development Intern, Nylas

January 2016 - May 2016

I worked primarily on Nylas N1, an electron mail client. Notable projects include implementing a PGP plugin allowing users to send and receive PGP-encrypted mail.

Student Fellow, .406 Ventures

January 2015 - May 2016

Member of the sixth class of student fellows at .406 Ventures, a large technology VC firm. Helped identify early-stage startups within the Olin and Babson College communities and collaborated with student fellows from across the country to assess investment opportunities.

Intern, Black Hills Information Security

September 2014 - January 2016

Pentesting and some really, really cool R&D projects.

Developer Intern, Systems and Technology Research

May 2014 - August 2014

Worked on the DARPA SMISC project with two other interns. We had pretty free rein, which was a lot of fun.

Computer Security Intern, Sandia National Laboratories

May 2013 - August 2013

Worked on computer forensics training material used by DOE for training staff from multiple departments and agencies.

Research Assistant, United States Air Force Research Laboratory

May 2012 - August 2012

Space stuff, largely cubesat-related.


Public Outreach, Seattle Office of Emergency Management

Early 2019 - Present

I do outreach for OEM, including teaching classes to the community about disaster preparedness and response and tabling at events.

Radio Operator, Seattle Auxiliary Communications Service

Late 2018 - Present

Seattle Auxiliary Communications Service provides communication support to the City of Seattle in times of disaster and emergency. I’m a radio operator, meaning I use my ham radio license to move information when more conventional means like the phone network are unavailable. I generally work in the Seattle Emergency Operations Center, so I’ve seen ICS operating firsthand.


Olin College of Engineering

Bachelor of Science, Engineering, with a Concentration in Computing

2013 - 2017

South Dakota School of Mines and Technology

Cross-Enrolled During High School

2012 - 2013

28 credits of engineering and math courses.