Network and Infrastructure Engineer
Peter grew up in the mountains of Montana, where he completed his undergraduate degree in Cell Biology & Neuroscience at Montana State University in Bozeman. Following a short stint in an immunology lab, he made his way to the tranquil island of Saipan, CNMI. There he worked as a marine biologist for the Division of Fish and Wildlife, collecting and analyzing fisheries data both above and below the water’s surface. A shift away from island life beckoned, and he moved to the San Francisco Bay Area, where he contributed his expertise as a biologist for the California Academy of Sciences for nearly a decade.
Recognizing his knack and fondness for technology, Peter charted a new career path and successfully transitioned into the world of Information Technology. With a solid foundation built on years of tinkering in his home lab, he swiftly progressed from the Help Desk to Network and Infrastructure Engineering within a few short years. Outside his professional sphere, Peter keeps himself busy backpacking, camping, fishing, attending festivals, pretending to be a good photographer, biking, gaming, practicing yoga, reading, and traveling as often as life allows.