Mike has over seven years of professional experience working with a variety of technologies to meet environmental objectives. His experience is varied, ranging from building decision support tools for restoration program planning, to fabricating and deploying custom measurement devices in the field, to storing and analyzing monitoring data and reporting on project outcomes. He loves building tangible things that have the potential to make the world a better place.
Mike received his J.D. with a Certificate in Environmental and Natural Resources Law from Lewis & Clark Law School. He has a B.S. in Environmental Economics and Policy from Michigan State University.
Mike’s other interests include backpacking, reading, rafting, rewilding, hammocks, large talk, various sciences and philosophies (esp. relating to the natural world, behavior, or the human mind), designing experiments, meditation, board games, bicycles, baking bread, and pondering the ethical and sociocultural implications of emerging technologies.