Steve's CV can be found here.
Steve grew up in Dorchester and Lynn, Massachusetts before settling in at North Andover High School, MA, and is a proud member of the Scarlet Knight basketball fraternity, which has qualified for the Mass State Tournament for over 60 years running. He graduated with a BS in Computer Science from the University of New Hampshire in 1987, and immediately enrolled in grad school at UNH. Twenty years later he received his degree. Long story...
Steve has spent his entire career working on as many high-tech products and technologies as he could get his hands on. He works with his DELL Technologies co-workers on the creation of new ideas, as evidenced by the generation of over 250 patent applications on which he is named. In May of 2011 he became the Director of EMC's Global Innovation Network. In October of 2012 he was selected by his company as an EMC Fellow. In 2016 he became an employee of DELL Technologies
Steve's wife Katy and grown-up children Becky and Matthew share one hobby: travel. In the early 2000s Steve took both of his children out of elementary school for 6 weeks, bid adieu to work and camped cross-country between California and Florida. They completed trips to Ireland and Scotland, as well as Holland, Belgium, France, Germany, the Carribean, Italy, and Russia, Egypt, Israel, India, and China.
Steve's grandfather was a Methodist minister. Steve's Dad is a Methodist minister. Steve's uncle is a Methodist minister. Steve's sister is a Methodist minister. Steve met his wife at Methodist church camp. Needless to say Steve was encouraged to participate in church life, and actively serves in many capacities at Liberty Church. He has earned a Diploma in Bible and Theology, and is a trained Stephen Minister.
In addition to travel, Steve's interest are mostly outdoor pursuits, including camping, splitting wood all winter, pond hockey, skiing, camping trips, and hiking with his Dad and son. Hiking exploits can be found here and Utah rafting/fishing trip can be found here.