I'm an American, born and raised in the culturally rich San Francisco Bay Area. I'm an MBA by education and a banker by professional rank. I'm also a proud and loving husband.
Being a centrist, as I embrace it, means bringing the political rhetoric of our country back to the long forgotten middle, where a focus on our similarities as people and as Americans exists. I'm getting involved because the system is broken and this feels like a viable and practical step towards fixing it.
In no particular order, these are the issues I see as most important: Income Inequality, Civil Rights, Campaign Finance & Education.
Honestly, searching for an answer to this question is what led me to The Centrist Project. I hope it is the first step in the long journey of bringing the country back together.