Hi, I’m Phil.

I’m a UWaterloo Engineering student, web developer, and student leader.

In a nutshell, I like to build stuff that solves problems.


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My name’s Phil – I’m a 4th year UWaterloo Management Engineering student who works incredibly hard to make sure he only barely passes his classes. Why? Because I’d much rather spend my time leading the Entrepreneurship Society, working with first year students as an Entrepreneur in Residence with Waterloo Residences, planning a conference for 400ish engineers, and/or building out the the educational offerings of GooseChase Adventures - a 5 year old startup out of UWaterloo’s Velocity program. 

I sleep about 6 hours a night, track every minute of my day (fun fact: work term reports usually take me about 16.97 – too long), am crazy about productivity, and eat way too many chocolate chip cookies.

In the past I’ve completed developer and/or marketing co-op placements with companies like TribeHR/NetSuite WaterlooKlick Health, and University of Waterloo’s Velocity program. I’m a huge supporter of having side projects (ask me about DateTime.me or Kansana) and encourage you to get in touch if you have an idea you might want to work on together. 

Have questions about what I do, why I do it, or maybe what’s next? Feel free to reach out, email, phonetwitter - whatever works best for you!



A Typical Week

On a Work Term
On a School Term
Chart averages based on 168 hour weeks (24 x 7) and use data collected in Fall 2013 and Winter 2014.