From Chaosium page:
I began working at Chaosium over seven years ago, when I was studying Creative Writing at San Francisco State University. The schedule was flexible, and allowed me to work while maintaining a full course load. I started with proofreading, and then worked up to layout, art direction, editorial, and promotion. If you’ve picked up a promotional bookmark or postcard from Chaosium, there’s a good chance I’ve designed it.
When I’m not working (and sometimes when I am), I can often be found traveling. I enjoy seeing sights, meeting interesting people, and trying new food. While I found the cuy (guinea pig) in Peru to be quite tasty, I was less thrilled with rotten shark and putrid whale in Iceland. I live by the "two-bite rule": give everything two bites, and never decline an offer of food or drink from a kind host. I am lucky enough to know amazing gamers across the world, and have had the opportunity to connect with the gaming community in Germany at The Kraken and Tentacles, in Indianapolis at GenCon, and have even held a mini-convention in Iceland.
In the summer of 2014 I received my Masters in Publishing from George Washington University. I was the only student in my program who works in roleplaying, and enjoyed teaching classmates and professors about the world of roleplaying publishing. I am excited about the possibilities digital technologies offer to the roleplaying community, and have found my Masters program not only informative, but also inspiring.
I am excited about my current role at Chaosium, and about what the future of Call of Cthulhu, Basic Roleplaying, and our fiction line.