I come from a family of engineers. My brother, father, and grandfather all entered the field, making my decision to join them after college unsurprising. Today, however, I’m a lapsed engineer.
After years of following in my elders’ footsteps, I became enamored with the non-engineering world. Topics ranging from communication to leadership to psychology drew me in, giving me a different perspective on human interaction. In this world, I was introduced to a more “human” type of ingenuity, one where my technical focus became complicated by new emotional considerations…. Read More»