I’m an entrepreneur currently exploring the worlds of faith, technology, and philosophy. I graduated from Brigham Young University in 2008 and Harvard Business School in 2015.
Faith Matters is a platform and community for exploring life’s most important questions through the lens of Mormonism.
It has been an important way for me to stay engaged in a faith community full of remarkable people despite my own failings and periods of disillusionment.
Those I get to work with — including my wife, Aubrey, our fellow board members and executives, and Faith Matters advisors — are among the people I look up to most.
You’re already here! I’ve written some articles over the years and lately have been finding time to write more.
I send an email out to subscribers when I write a new article.
ZipBooks is online, small business accounting software. I founded the company with a great team of people in 2015 and served as CEO.
ZipBooks was acquired in 2019 and I worked for the acquiring company until 2020.
I spent a couple of really formative years earning an MBA at Harvard Business School in Boston, graduating with distinction in 2015.
The people I met were diverse, brilliant, and dedicated to creating a better world. Many became lifelong friends.
I will always be grateful to HBS helping me launch my entrepreneurial career and introducing me to people who would be pivotal in my journey.
I graduated BYU's David M. Kennedy Center for International Studies in 2008, graduating summa cum laude and as class valedictorian.
I have a deep love for BYU and continue to associate closely with many great people there through my work at Faith Matters.