I am currently the founder and CEO of Eden Radioisotopes, LLC. We are a passionate team of people that are going to save the world from the ensuing medical isotope crisis.
I am also a senior in the Jerome Fisher Program in Management and Technology at the University of Pennsylvania. I am concurrently enrolled in both the Wharton School of Business and the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, studying Entrepreneurship and Mechanical Engineering for undergraduate and Robotics for graduate school. I will be graduating this spring with three degrees at age 21.
My dream is to change the world through business and innovation by creating companies in healthcare, energy, and defense.
I got into entrepreneurship by starting the New Mexico Lacrosse Foundation, the first interstate lacrosse league in New Mexico, when I was 15. Now, I have my sights on starting technology companies to help mankind. My adventures have led to work across the innovation value chain at several startups, venture capital firms, and tech transfer. Now I am trying to change the world with Eden Radioisotopes.
Some of my hobbies include photography, coding, working out, reading, and travelling.
If you are interested in working with me or just want to get to know me better, please feel free to shoot me an email at: