Steve is a recently retired business executive with more than 30 years’ experience gained from living and working in 23 countries in Europe, Asia, the Caribbean, and North America. Based in Phoenix, he is an Arizona Site Steward with responsibilities for sites located along the Great Bend of the Gila and the lower Gila River.
He has long been involved in preservation archeology. He was an appointed Commissioner for the Historic District Commission in Park City, Utah, and, along with his wife Marla, preserved and restored one of the historic buildings on Park City’s Main Street for which they won both state and federal awards.
He first became interested in rock art when introduced to it in Central Asia, and later upon observing similarities with the Dinwoody Tradition rock art in Wyoming’s Wind River Range. Steve is an enthusiastic equestrian who still enjoys riding his horses in the Wind River Range in the summer observing habitation and petroglyph sites.
Steve holds a BA in Economics from The George Washington University, a Masters of International Management from the American Graduate School of International Management, and an Executive Degree in Non-Profit Management from the University of Notre Dame. He was twice a Visiting Professor at the Economics Institute, University of Colorado (Boulder).