As a Practice Manager working for multiple outpatient healthcare clinics over the years, I’ve facilitated and trained doctors and staff as they move from paper charts to online, paperless Electronic Health Record systems. Helping others to do good when it comes to their daily, information technology workflow needs within a healthcare setting became one of the most rewarding parts of my job. It seemed a natural transition to arrive at Foundant and continue to work in a setting where I’m helping clients to make intelligent, charitable-giving decisions via Foundant’s online Grant Lifecycle Management software. “Technology for Doing Good, Better,” truly resonates with me as a Client Success Manager as I help to bring clients up to speed on the Foundant software through building their processes and training their staff.
I’ve been lucky enough to live in Bozeman, MT for over twelve years now after living in San Francisco and Chicago for a combined 5 years and after graduating college on the East coast from Boston College. I have a wife and two children and we all love to take advantage of what Montana has to offer: hiking, camping, downhill and Nordic skiing, floating the rivers, fishing, horseback riding, whatever we can make time for. I have also carried my passion for lacrosse out to Montana and helped found the first-ever youth lacrosse program in Montana in 2003, coached the Montana State University team and continue to play in men’s leagues and tournaments whenever I can. My family and I are truly lucky that Foundant chose to base themselves in the “Last Best Place”.