I’m making the world a better place by creating sonic and wireless improvements that have been enjoyed by millions of people. I’m currently seeking a technical program management position in the audio or wireless industries.
Most recently, I’ve been working on radio projects at Google surrounding the CBRS initiatives here in the United States. This work will make a new radio band (similar to 2.4 Ghz “wifi”) available for everyone in the US with lots of throughput and high quality data for your digital devices.
Before that I managed a team that disrupted the streaming industry by changing the business model for independent online radio stations. The products we designed transmit audio streams for hundreds of stations to millions of listeners around the world while integrating targeted audio ads from national brands creating a multi-national revenue source for these stations with no monthly cost.
Other experience includes using my first-hand knowledge of radio physics to help the major wireless carriers manage and execute projects pertaining to next-generation cellular and Wi-Fi technologies. It may sound boring, but finding innovative ways to fit the technical requirements for wireless projects into the existing legislative framework is a vital part of why your cell phone functions.
Meanwhile, I continue to run the jazz station I literally created by hand. Radio Sausalito presents itself as a low wattage community radio station, but it has flourished thanks to multiple optimizations of technology that push the boundaries of engineering and still adhere to FCC regulations. All this technology has created a vibrant community voice, empowering people to share their ideas, music, and passions on the air.
I also digitize music and sounds unheard for decades on behalf of clients around the Bay Area and produced over 4,000 hours of talk programming on the #1 rated radio station in San Francisco!