I am currently an R&D quantum physicist in Keysight Technologies’ Quantum Engineering Solutions group.  My main roles and responsibilities are quantum software and firmware in a CI/CD framework as well as fostering new partnerships and engagements. I have extensive experience in the design, development, and deployment of Josephson junction based superconducting quantum processors.  Previous roles I've held include, serving as Fermilab’s Deputy Director of Quantum Technology, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory’s Chief Quantum Hardware & Application Architect, and the Project Lead for Quantum Computing at SUNY Poly SEMATECH. I have a Ph.D. from Yale University in Quantum Physics and a B.A. of Physics from Saint Anselm College.

In my personal life I enjoy weight lifting, hiking, and playing with my happy Havanese puppy Jacques.