During Junior High and High school in the 80s and 90s, Joe was that kid who used recycled notebook paper, despite the fact that it was gray.
He has worked in molecular and microbiology for the last two decades as a staff scientist, but before going to graduate school, Joe taught high school chemistry for a year. The teaching/mentoring bug never went away.
While he has frequent bouts with Impostor Syndrome, Joe has found his people through meetings and social media.
Joe is a lapsed marathon runner, father of twins (AND a singleton), and is proudly “too weird to be credible.” Joe is the founder and President of Binning Singletons, Inc.