A week was not enough. I should have visited much sooner!
What is this? This is my personal homepage. Yes, I know that sounds a bit like 1998, and with good reason: back in 1998, it was common practice for individuals to build their own (crude) websites (geocities anybody?) and share their deepest thoughts and most garish color schemes. When social media giants like Facebook and …
The all-too-common problem of funders going radio silent without the courtesy say "no".
A quick day and a half in Copenhagen in the middle of 2017 Behind the Iron Curtain tour.
It's never a dull day in this world, and often the full range from good to bad happens on the same day.
Tips, tricks, and resources for visiting the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone in Ukraine.
From Wichita to Chernobyl, and everything in between.
A stopover en route to visiting the Chernobyl nuclear exclusion zone turned out to be a delightful surprise
A week in Portugal studying the nonprofit and government sectors for grad school.
How nonprofits can make decisions about what’s important.
Two weeks in the Mother City, one of my favorite places on earth.
This month I’m honored to be a guest on The Bike Nerds Podcast. We talked about nonprofit startups, bike success in unlikely places, and the state of the national bike/ped movement.
Might be getting back into writing...
I presented at the 2017 National Bike Summit about our success in Kansas City advocating for $150 million for sidewalks and important policy changes to make infrastructure funding more equitable going forward. My slides from the conference sessions
My first time in Paris was a brief afternoon layover on the way from Lisbon to London, flying in and transferring to the Eurostar. I didn't see the Eiffel Tower, but I did get a feel for a couple of neighborhoods. I landed at Orly Airport, hopped on the OrlyVal shuttle to Antony, and transferred …