Kip Terrington is an enthusiast of all things technological, neurobiological, and psychological. He started college as a Communication major with a concentration in Acting, but eventually realized biology interested him more. Out of college, he got a job at the VA in the field of neurobiology and quickly rose to the rank of senior technician. During his time at the VA, he was blessed to work with a number of gifted neurologists and neurobiologists.
When working in brain science, one can only be humbled by the complexity and elegance that makes up even the least important cells in the brain. This experience was one Kip will forever be grateful for. At that point, Kip’s career took a fateful turn. With the birth of his first child, Kip left his job and became a full time stay-at-home dad. It did not take long for Kip to realize that this new job could be just as complex and fulfilling as assisting in brain surgery.
As an ENFP, Kip continues to have an unquenchable thirst for multiple avenues of knowledge. The more books and research articles he absorbs the more excited he becomes about how the universe is put together- galactically, molecularly, and even relationally. As a stay-at-home dad, with an expertise in pillow fort construction, Kip does not take himself too seriously. Kip married his lovely wife right out of college in 2003 and is one of the lucky few to marry up. They have two sons and they all camp together in the mountains as often as they can.