February 8, 2018
On a fateful spring day in 1991, a mutual friend introduced me to Dr. Gerald Tindal. As luck would have it, I was in need of work and Jerry was in need of someone to do data collection. It was a chance meeting that would begin not only a great working relationship but blossom into a wonderful opportunity to be part of a new and growing team of researchers.
Fast forward twenty-five years and I am still working with Jerry Tindal and am now part of a phenomenal group of people who comprise Behavioral Research and Teaching here at the University of Oregon.
It has been a fantastic journey of growth and learning and I look forward to more years to come. I consider it a gift to have started on the ground floor of such an impressive research program and even more blessed to work with the most amazing group of people I call my family.