My job is to guide Centric Consulting to achieve our 100-year vision and to grow and nurture our culture.
Having such a great team makes my job as president and cofounder much easier. The best parts of my day are when I get to collaborate with the brilliant people who work here.
Before Centric, I worked for a large international consulting firm out of college until I got burned out at 25. Immediately after, my newlywed wife and I backpacked around the world as I tried to find my path in life — and I did. Shortly after returning home, my peers and I founded Centric with a focus on changing how consulting was done by building a remote company with a mission to create a culture of employee and client happiness.
B.S. Systems Analysis, Miami University
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Remote Work, Virtual Culture, Innovation, Business Anywhere and The Gig Economy
Get To Know Me
I am a father to four boys and a husband to an adventurous wife. Prior to starting Centric, my wife and I backpacked around the world. We continue to make travel and adventure a passion for our family. We are very involved in multiple charitable organizations to continue to make our local community a better place.
What’s the best trip you’ve ever taken and why?
Traveling around the world for a year is hard to beat.
Who inspires you and why?
The people at Centric. These kind, caring and FUN people energize me.
What’s the best piece of advice you’ve been given?
In “The Drifters,” James Michener wrote, “Southern Florida is filled with people sixty-eight years old who were going to do something big in their lives but waited until it was safe. Now it’s safe and they’re sixty-eight years old.” This changed my life and led my efforts to co-found Centric.
We started the company to focus on one thing: the happiness of our employees and customers. This has not changed in 20 years. We strive every day to create unmatched experiences for our customers and for each other. This core purposed is what makes Centric a special place to be.