About Me


My work in science research, program development, and funding spans sixteen years. While I found early success in biomedical research and administration (see résumé), I was compelled to do more to support science on a broader scale.

I went on to develop strategic funding programs, then become the primary science advisor to the president of a $5.5 billion charitable trust. In philanthropy, I noticed a broader need for support and advising in science and medical funding. Thus I began to consult independently, beginning in 2016.

I draw on broad-ranging technical knowledge and literacy, critical thinking, strong relationship management, and a diverse network across science and medical enterprises. I have helped leaders - from private philanthropists to foundation executives, from university presidents to founders of nonprofit ventures - to achieve their goals. 

Above all, I get the most satisfaction from supporting my clients, by helping to enable vision in science and medicine.