Geoffrey Raymond Hale (born 11 January 1986) is a multidisciplinary engineer that retired at age 35 to focus on family, travel, and developing systems for healthy intimacy and community.
Early Life & Family
Geoffrey was born in Torrance, the son of an English father and American mother. His father was an engineer and mother was a nurse.
His sister is accomplished in hospitality, finance, and fitness.
He grew up in Marlborough and received his Bachelor’s of Science in Electrical Engineering, graduating Summa Cum Laude with Honors in 2009 from Northeastern University.
At age 7, Geoffrey began coding BASIC, solving simultaneous equations, and trading stocks with his father. He self-taught grades-ahead in mathematics and competed in MathCounts. He received top-of-class distinctions in Mathematics, Physics, and Music. He scored 800s on SAT Math I & II.
Geoffrey was active in music, sports, theater, Honors Society, and other extracurricular activities. He sang and beat boxed in choral societies and a cappella groups. He played piano with bands and accompanied choirs. He was captain of varsity volleyball 2 years in a row and played basketball, baseball, soccer, and skiing.
Geoffrey has held electrical, systems, communications, and software engineering positions in aerospace defense, genetics, real estate, and education.
He currently develops front end software systems for a real estate start up.
Geoffrey is passionate about healthy relating, conflict resolution, and co-living. He has developed and taught cutting-edge systems of social group work for healthy intimacy and healing including UnCovery workshops and the Deep End experiment.
He built an online social network with tools for healthy relating and gamified merit-based access to safe spaces for deep connection with users worldwide.