I am a recently retired (after 41 years) college professor/department chair and I directed 3 equal right programs at a community college that are designed to help low income, single parents, and foster youth who are trying to succeed in college. I have a passion to help people become successful, because I overcame a childhood physical disability (Polio). I am very young at heart and been blessed with the genetics to look much younger than my age. My philosophy is to "make a positive difference for others" and I've always tried to live up to that belief.
I paddle the local harbors most weekends for a workout and I write songs, poetry & stories. In fact I had a book published called "Written Tears". It's my life story and available on-line through Amozon or Barnes & Noble. Also, 2 of the songs I have written and performed are posted on "You Tube". Just type my name Chip Marchbank and you can listen to them.
Before I became a college professor, I worked in sports medicine. I traveled with college and professional sports teams and treated practice and game time injuries before during and after the competitions. If you want to know why I stopped doing that after 28 years, you might have to read my book or ask me.
Thanks for reading my profile.