This is the paper I wrote for the History of the Ancient Mediterranean class I took with Denise Kawasaki through SUNY Empire State University. In this paper, I took a deep look at a chapter from Donald Kagan's Men of Bronze which reviews the origins, evolut...
Hi. I volunteered to help my daughter's 8th grade Home Economics class with a talk on "Interviewing". I have hired a LOT of people (close to 1,000). I have conducted a LOT of interviews. I have seen a LOT of resumes. I put together my tips on this page so t...
I was selected to give a presentation at the SUNY: Empire State College's 10th Annual Student Academic Conference. The presentation combines two papers I wrote on the emergence of the Greek Hoplites and the influence that group had on the rise of the Greek ...
- learner, systems thinker, dad, husband, socially acceptable geek, pizza loverpresent
I grew up in Westchester County, NY, and have since spent time in Boston, MA, New Jersey and now live in Fairport, NY where I drive by a cow and sheep farm every day.
Currently, I am a Scrum Master and project manager for ShoreTel. I run multi-million dollar telecommunication systems integration projects using our custom built call processing software.
I married Karen at the Flamingo in Las Vegas (yes, Elvis was with us) and in 2001, we had a baby girl, Erin, who decided she was going to be 72 days (11 weeks) early.
In my spare time I enjoy hanging out with my girls, history, reading, eating pizza, all types of games from board to video, and rooting for the Boston Red Sox and the NY football Giants.
- Empire State CollegeHistory, 2013 - presentStudying to complete a BA in History. My goal is to become an adjunct professor.
- Fairleigh Dickinson UniversityEnglish Literature, 1986 - 1989
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