I am a rather average man with diverse interests.
In the past, I have worked the general spectrum of marketing and communications: everything from cold-calling, sales, public relations, web management, creative direction, graphic design, comm planning, a lot of web development, application design, corporate identity, and marcomm consulting.
In the daylight hours, I currently serve the people of British Columbia as an Analyst for BCStats. At any given moment, I could be in a meeting, creating a communications plan, designing a metaphor, or crunching numbers before writing a statistical report on organizational health. Or, perhaps, carrying out a survey.
When dusk hits, my interests veer heavily towards creative, finding me taking photos of still objects catching any available light they can. Maybe I am organizing our city's annual TEDxVictoria conference. Or perhaps I'm remixing a local band, or collaborating on completely new musical ventures. I could be doing digital art.
I have a general passion for people, art, business, and society in general.
Re-evaluating the concept of interest when applied to student loans; if a workforce with higher education is found to raise national GDP, how is it not in the nations interest to educate it's workforce? The value of paid education belongs not only to the student, but the nation as a whole - yet the student is the one paying for it. This does not make sense from a valuation perspective, and does not provide the right incentive for the desired behavior.
Community building, marketing, communications, indie rock, electronic music, tennis, live comedy
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