I started working for NOAA/GML as an undergraduate student with the Carbon Cycle Group. After graduation, I hired full-time with the Halocarbons & other Atmospheric Trace Species (HATS) group. In the 1990s, I worked on HATS airborne projects and had the opportunity to travel worldwide. In 1998 the HATS group began investing in upgrades to the in situ field instruments. The new instruments were installed at six locations, including the NOAA observatories, Niwot Ridge, Colorado, and Summit, Greenland. I currently manage and maintain the NOAA/GML in situ program.
Education: BS in Engineering Physics from University of Colorado, Boulder.