My first word was light. Really.
From age six, I built an animated holiday light show that won the city contest so many times, it was disqualified.
At university, I discovered a lab studying the links between light and health. I designed luminaires and controls for research on individuals with dementia and mental disability.
I then started one of the first circadian lighting controls companies, which was acquired.
I led human-centric lighting strategy and product development at a major lighting components company, launching multiple successful product lines.
Now I work with companies to make healthy lighting a reality.