The exchange year from EHS to Thailand sort of got it all started. A few journalistic gigs (LA Times, CSMonitor) while at Harvard led to combining work as NBC correspondent in Geneva with grad school there. Then the journalist craft took a humanitarian turn, leading to jobs with United Nations agencies (UNICEF, WHO, UNEP, World Bank) in Europe, Africa and Asia. Marcus was just born in New York when we set off for the South Pacific, but he got back for some secondary school in Geneva before heading to university in Maryland. I met Shaida in Vienna and we now split our time fairly evenly between Maryland, Europe, and work travel. Somewhere along the line, I got a reputation for using computers to do information sharing, eventually helping development groups use a "new "media called "the web." The best thing about the web, of course, is that now, even if a Clark Park bench isn't handy, I can still sit down with my local paper wherever we are, thanks to the Everett Herald online!
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