I began working for the Missouri Board of Probation and Parole in 1990. From 1997 to 2017 I served as a District Administrator where I managed operations of five Missouri counties comprising the 38th and 39th judicial circuits. Personnel management, budget, policy and operations were central to my work. In 1997, I began working with the local judiciary in the development and implementation of one of the earliest drug courts in Missouri. In 2017, I retired from the Board of Probation and started a second career at Tomo! At Tomo, I am focused on expanding the court and community-based drug and alcohol testing programs within our service areas. I also worked as an adjunct instructor in the Criminology department at Missouri State University for over 10 years.
- Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, Missouri State University
- Master of Science in Criminal Justice Administration, Missouri State University
- City of Fremont Hills, Alderperson
- Care to Learn, Executive Advisory Committee
What is your favorite part of your job?
I enjoy helping people solve their problems and develop solutions they did not know were possible.
What are your personal passions?
I love building relationships, helping others, solving problems, and facilitating kindness in any way I can. Bettering my community through service projects and judicial initiatives allow for my personal and work passions to regularly intertwine. Quality time with my wife, and daughter has to be one of my biggest blessings though.
Share a fun fact about yourself.
I was raised on a 100 year old dairy farm.