The guru of Services Drafts Joseph Nall Interdisciplinary knowledge and skills for an interdisciplinary world. Hello, my name is Joseph. I am a graduate of Florida Atlantic University (FAU), where I earned a degree in Interdisciplinary Social Science. My degree is very eclectic and so is my work history.In 2016 I operated the field campaigns of two politicians. I organized field operations for 10-20 employees in each campaign. My duties included, hiring, payroll, logistics, human resource management, social media development, media relations, and other tasks.Before the campaigns, I was a college tutor, a dog trainer and a part time student. I tutored English, Statistics and Liberal Arts Math. While at FAU, I took an eclectic approach to education, taking many courses outside of my original major Political Science. It's not that I didn't take a lot of the Political Science courses and enjoy them. It's that I was curious about the Sociology... ...then, I was curious about Anthropology. And unknowingly as I went along I took a lot of History classes too. Near the time I earned enough credits to redeem for a degree, I had a choice. A Political Science Degree or an Interdisciplinary degree? I felt that an Interdisciplinary degree matched my perspective of the world better, so I headed in that direction.While I attended college, my father and I built a totally self sufficient, solar tiny home, only using excess capital from student loans and grants. I only mention my tiny home because, I believe it's an example of ingenuity and persistence. Not to mention evidence I can work under a tight budget. The money used to create my tiny home, was budgeted from a lump sum of capital the US federal government loans low income students to pay for school and the costs therein. After years of slow progress, my girlfriend and I live in our tiny home we call, La Casita.