Philip is an innovative and multitalented professional who combines expertise in the humanities with experience as an educator in order to create intuitive software.
Philip picked up programming as a teenager and continued as a hobbyist throughout his adult life. Now he's channeling his diverse expertise through his coding skills in order to create useful tools.
Philip has more than a decade of experience as a college professor. He's equipped young adults with skills in critical thinking, logic, ethics, and philosophy. His students often return after graduation to thank him for his enthusiasm and effectiveness.
Philip's graduate studies in analytic philosophy emphasized critical thinking, conceptual clarity, and openness to critique, while his research in ethics explored the practical application of these skills.
In his work with various 501c(3) nonprofit organizations, Philip has equipped student leaders to mentor others, organized volunteer staff, and restructured training programs in order to further the missions of these nonprofits.
Programming might not give him much opportunity to sing opera, but Philip's study of music and art have refined his design sensibilities and given him an eye — and ear! — for presentation.