My interest in engineering started when I was about 5 years old, and I started to take the batteries out of all my parents’ remotes. As I grew older I began to take more things apart to understand how they operated. Eventually I realized, along with my parents’ guidance, that I should put those things back together.
Ever since then I became the house technician with the ability to diagnose and fix most problems within at least a few hours. My passion for engineering was not fully realized until I attempted to partially restore and fix my classic 1967 Ford Mustang.
Having been exposed to the mechanical side of engineering, I began to research the various engineering fields. It wasn’t long before I realized how much I was drawn to electrical engineering and there was one other thing I hadn’t taken apart and put back together yet... that was a building. This drew me towards design and eventually a position at MEYERS+ where I can pursue this passion and work on some of the Bay Area’s most exciting projects.
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Swimming was my life until college. I used to swim twice a day, 5 days a week for years. During that time, I focused on improving my butterfly techniques, since that was my main stroke. My time with swimming took me to the Northern California championship and various colleges to see what college swimming was like. In the end, I decided to forgo competitive swimming for my true passion, electrical engineering.
“You miss 100% of the shots you don’t take.
– Michael Scott