My formal disciplines are philosophy, theology, and music.

In addition to my work as a singer, I teach at Olivet Nazarene University and serve as a minister in the Church of the Nazarene.

Since 2014, I’ve been advocating for web ethics in the open source community.

I’m also an expert in parliamentary procedure, specializing in the not-for-profit sector. I believe in having meetings that help organizations live up to their ideals.

I’m available to speak on any of these topics. Let’s keep the conversation going.

Here’s a sample of presentations I’ve given at universities, conferences, houses of worship, and MeetUps.

Arranged by date

2019. “Nonprofit Fundraising and Financial Reporting.” Lecture, Jeff Williamson, Olivet Nazarene University McGraw School of Business, Bourbonnais, IL, February 20.

2019. “Receiving the Kingdom.” Sermon, USA/Canada Festival of Young Nazarene Preachers at M19 Conference, M19 Conference, Kansas City, MO, March 12.

2018. “Urban/Rural Sociology.” Lecture, Charles L. Perabeau, Olivet Nazarene University Department of Behavioral Sciences, Bourbonnais, IL, October 22.

2018. “Parliamentary Procedure and Pizza.” Workshop, Law and Politics Society, Olivet Nazarene University, Bourbonnais, IL, November 15.

2016. “John Wesley 101: An Informal, No-Prior-Knowledge-Required Introduction to the Theologian and Founder of Methodism.” Lecture, Disciples Divinity House 101 Series, University of Chicago Divinity School, Chicago, IL, March 2.

2015. “Master class with Fourth Coast Ensemble.” Master class, Olivet Nazarene University School of Music, Bourbonnais, IL, April 7.