Aaron Douglas formed Deep Ripples to establish a means of creating relationships through technology. Aaron uses his background in social, organizational and relational psychology to help people and brands make the most of their opportunity.
Aaron achieved a Masters of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy (M.A.MFT) from Christian Theological Seminary following graduate studies in Industrial/Organizational Psychology at IUPUI where he served as a research assistant for the Office of Information Management and Institutional Research. In 2001, he graduated from the University of Oregon with a B.S. in Social Psychology and a minor in Statistics. During his time at U of O, he worked as a research assistant in the Group Dynamics lab, was a trip facilitator for The Outdoor Program, and graduated 4th in class from Marine Officer Candidate School. Work experience prior to college included carpentry, youth education, waiting tables and sandwich artistry.
Aaron has 3 mutts, two black belts, one wife and nothing he’d rather be doing. He is a voracious consumer of science fiction and stand-up comedy, a competent ballroom dancer and a miserable golfer. He weighs 10 pounds less than his picture.