I draw on my broad technical skills and knowledge of healthcare to provide ongoing technology consulting to select handful of health-related organizations through Blue Sky Premise, LLC. Examples include:
Equipping Global Leaders is a nonprofit organization that provides support, training, mentoring, and strategic business development for international students, refugees, and other marginalized adults entering the workforce or launching a career either in the United States or their native countries. This project is the vision of Mr. Thomas Vreeman and Mrs. Jacqueline Vreeman, who recruited me design the online platform for the project and provide ongoing technological and media advice.
The Pocket Square Project is a unique pairing of fashion and philanthropy. How you dress tells your story, and these pocket squares tell an even bigger story. Handmade in Kenya from traditional African kitenge cloth, these pocket squares add color and pattern that will enhance that story. All proceeds benefit an HIV treatment program in Kenya that keeps thousands of children with HIV alive and thriving. This project is the vision of Dr. Rachel Vreeman, who recruited me design the online platform for the project and provide ongoing technological and media advice. This is style with a purpose.
Aaron Carroll and Dr. Rachel Vreeman are formidable authors and health myth busters. They’ve turned to me to provide the web design services to launch the site for their much anticipated books.
Don’t Cross Your Eyes… The ultimate myth-busting collection of quirky and curious facts about your body and health
A follow-up to the hit collection of health myths, DON’T SWALLOW YOUR GUM!, featured on Dr. Oz, and CNN and in the New York Times, USA Today, and more.
Don’t Swallow Your Gum!
The ultimate myth-busting collection of beliefs about health and the human body. With the perfect blend of authoritative research and a breezy, accessible tone, DON’T SWALLOW YOUR GUM! is full of enlightening, practical, and quirky facts that will debunk some of the most perennial misconceptions we believe.
Dr. Rachel Vreeman is a pediatrician and HIV researcher who specializes in figuring out how to improve care for HIV-infected children in poor places. She is also my sister. Global child health is her passion and vocation. I’ve helped Rachel design and launch her blog where she details her work in Kenya and the U.S. and how to best help families with the challenge of having children take HIV medicines every day for the rest of their lives.