Expertise / Get to know me.
Work / Past & current projects.
Ed W. Smith Machine Works
Consortium for Advanced Bioeconomy Leadership Education
I have worked as a project engineer and computer aided design manager for Ed W. Smith Machine Works since 2019. We fabricate custom steel process internals for a wide variety of industrial applications including but not limited to oil & gas, biofuels, chemicals, dyes, water purification, and snow making.
In 2018, I co-founded a green tech startup that increases the livability and sustainability of buildings. The Thermaworks device observes a variety of novel space parameters to make preemptive thermal adjustments within a space.
My work with the CABLE program began in 2017. I started as a student delegate representing Auburn University. I am now a fourth year delegate working on improving awareness of the bioeconomy and conducting outreach to improve the scope of relevant public policies. Additionally, I am leading an initiative to extend the life of the program past the initial grant proposal.
Policy Implementation Consulting
As a policy implementation consultant for Aemetis, I am working to synthesize new and helpful resources geared towards increasing awareness amongst policymakers. I also work to distribute these materials and speak with key leaders about what they can do to aid in Aemetis's industry efforts.
I am a member of the founding team for Departmynt, a sustainable, AI-driven, personal styling service. As their head of technical development, I lead technical development efforts and have created both PC and mobile versions of the solution.
In 2020, I founded Libra, an all organic, micro-brewed, non-toxic perfumery. My products are now sold locally and online. I aim to provide products that purify your skin care routine starting with your fragrance choices.