I moved to Chiang Mai Thailand in November 2011 to launch Relentless, a project dedicated to serving at the intersection of health and justice. Throughout the last few years of living and working in Asia, I have been increasingly drawn to serving abused, exploited, and trafficked people through health care. Sometimes this happens directly, sometimes through working with organizations in developing a more robust health component to their interventions. For more on this work, please visit RELENTLESS!
Although I am based in Chiang Mai, my work takes me throughout Asia and the world. I continue love running (the longer the better), exploring, and pretty much anything that takes me outdoors – which is why Chiang Mai is such a good fit for me.
At this blog, I will continue to write about reflections, personal notes, general information and of course my running and adventure exploits. For more about what is happening with my work, please continue to refer to the Relentless weblog.