My early childhood years were spent moving from state to state as my father pursued his calling in ministry. Frequent moves early on in life brought about their own set of challenges, which in turn gave me an appreciation for financial stability and preparedness. My parents modeled wise financial behaviors and the importance of giving no matter the circumstances.
After graduating from high school in 2012, I decided to pursue higher education at Arizona State University. I also opened my first brokerage account and quickly developed a strong interest in investing and finance.
In 2020 my life took a sharp turn when I was diagnosed with a very aggressive form of blood cancer. My cancer journey came to a joyful and triumphant end nearly two and half years later after a bone marrow transplant and many miracles. During this time, my wife and I were met with substantial financial and material need, all of which were met through God’s provision and the generosity of family, friends, and strangers.
My role here at Evergreen allows me to merge my financial and faith interests in a way that promotes biblical stewardship and purpose driven investing through the work of the company.
When the workday is done, you can find me taking walks with my wife Carly and our dog Maisy, mowing the lawn, adventuring around Montana, serving our church, or cooking up a meal for family and friends.
I love to spend time outdoors year-round. In the spring & summer I’m on a golf course, a hiking trail, or a lake. In the fall & winter I’m stalking big game, hitting the ski slopes, or relaxing in a hot spring.