To serve others and promote positive change in our community
It is important to view diversity as an important element in society. I attempt to promote diversity in my work as well as in my life.
I am tireless in my search for efficiency. I aim to make the best use of my abilities using innovative project management techniques.
As a member of one of the strongest learning communities in the world, I am always working to better the future for everyone involved.
I am a problem solver with a variety of skills to affect change. I constantly work to develop skills to work better.
My life is dedicated to serving others through public work. This is true in my career and otherwise.
Positivity in Kindness
Optimism and pragmatism are not opposites. I seek to find positivity where it is difficult and exhibit kindness to others.
Get to know me!
I was born in Garden City, Michigan. This small Detroit suburb and my two great parents raised me into who I am today. During my childhood and into high school, I played regional soccer. While in high school, I began working the polls and volunteering in the Garden City Communications Department. Into college, I continued traveling back to work the polls on election day and ended up running to be a precinct delegate. This office empowered me to encourage others in my community to vote and helping them get registered. In the final year of my degree, I was offered an internship to work in the same city hall I had grown up admiring. Allyson Bettis, the Clerk/Treasurer, became my boss and a wonderful mentor in the same day. She inspires me to work towards my goals in city government, and I owe her the world for the advising she provides me.
Just after graduating from Michigan State University, I married my amazing wife, Courtney Tybercza. After such a huge life event, I took some time to develop as a person. I took certificate courses to develop skills for my career, spent time working on my new marriage, and searched for positions that would develop my abilities for the future. In just a short time searching, I was offered a position at LifeWays Community Mental Health, the mental health authority for Jackson and Hillsdale Counties. In my time at LifeWays, I have drastically expanded my skills as an administrator and communicator. I control the communications to 60+ providers for a government agency with a budget of $77 million and I maintain several teams of mental health professionals, allowing them to work as best they can.
I am fully dedicated to public service and will continue to work to promote the public good.
LifeWays Community Mental Health
Contracts and Provider Network Management Administrative Assistant
Manage department communications, draft provider network documents, and manage projects from several teams.
Garden City Clerk/Treasurer's Office
Worked the election, developed a vacant property tracker, and created promotional items.
The City of Garden City
Managed a team of 7 to carry out election day procedures.
Gast Business Library
Stacking books, desk work, and much more.
Garden City Precinct 7
I served as an elected official in my hometown.
Zoning Board of Appeals Commissioner
Garden City, Michigan
I served as a ZBA Commissioner.