I have lived in Redmond, WA since May, 2010, with my border collie Ace, my rescue kitty Kaku, and my menagerie of fancy rats with pedigrees (all males), Grasshopper, Sir Francis Bacon Bits, Sitatunga, Tardis, Momo, Bertie, Paul Moad'Dib, Tembo and Sasquatch. I currently do freelance grantwriting, nonprofit managements and statistics tutoring. I also teach courses at various college extension and community programs around the Seattle area, mostly at Bellevue College's Telos Program. I have three rather ambitious and self-reliant children, John (29, Seattle), Mark (26, Brooklyn) and Camille (21, St. John's College, NM).
Ph.D. from UC Irvine in 1987. Tenured Associate Professor at Lawrence University in Appleton, WI. Fulbright scholar, NSF grant recipient, Mensa member, and author of lots of scholarly articles and a book.