I grew up in San Jose, CA, and my more than two decades in Christian education have led me to schools in Chicago, California, and Michigan before moving to Rehoboth Christian School in 2019 to serve as the high school principal. Having graduated from Calvin College in 1995, I spent thirteen years as a high school English teacher, working primarily with Advanced Placement students. After earning a Master’s Degree in Educational Administration from National University, I’ve spent the second part of my career as a college counselor, an AP coordinator, a superintendent, and a principal. I love the work of building organizational culture, inspiring people to be their best, and creating systems that allow both faculty and students to flourish. My wife and I, along with our two children, love Rehoboth because it provides a tremendous opportunity to learn from and live with people who are often overlooked or marginalized despite their rich culture and heritage. I serve God wholeheartedly and join Him in His mission of bringing Shalom to the Chaos of the world, and my deep hope is that my life will inspire others to join that gospel call and that the entire Rehoboth community will see their place in this powerful story.