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One thing I know for sure --- we are all given unique talents and opportunities in this life to make this world a better place. In reflection, every experience has had its purpose.

My career as an artist began as an illustrator which led me to starting a graphic art and technical illustration business serving the Federal government, including the U.S. Navy, Navy Contractors, local communities and non-profits --- designing logos, branding and presentation materials. The business grew in size to several employees and after many years of business success an opportunity for change showed up on my path that I couldn't pass up.

It was over lunch that my life-long friend, Debbe Kennedy and I came up with a unique idea for a business --- to blend our very different talents to create a successful consulting company, Leadership Solutions. At the time, Debbe had a 21-year distinguished leadership career with IBM. It was a perfect match and our business went on to serve several Fortune 100 companies over the years --- my part, creating art including layout of marketing/sales material, logos, web graphics and more, plus the design and layout for Debbe's many books and articles.

The past few years have brought many unexpected opportunities that have expanded my portfolio as an artist and as a person for which I am grateful. A volunteer project I'm currently involved in --- creating all the graphics and printed materials for the TABLE of PLENTY a non-profit 501-c3 charitable corporation that serves dinner each Thursday evening to struggling families, elders, and the homeless in Half Moon Bay. Be sure to read "View from the TOP" an article about its founding in Leader to Leader Journal. More about the TABLE of PLENTY.

When time permits, one of my favorite things to do --- volunteer photography for those looking for their ancestors on Find A Grave. I became interested in this amazing project while doing my own ancestry exploration a few years ago. My mother's family had come to San Francisco in the late 1800s but I never thought about where they were buried. I was delighted to discover many of their graves at Holy Cross Cemetery only a few minutes from my home. The process was a turning point for me that changed most everything in ways I never could have imagined.





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