Daniel Considine was born in Atlanta, GA and grew up in Upstate New York. Daniel has always been a tinkerer from a young age. Now as a seasoned inventor he has brought patented innovative ideas to fulfillment and he continues to experiment and develop new inventions. Daniel joined the Air Force and held the position as Crew Chief working on numerous fighter aircraft. Daniel was in charge of the Aircraft Maintenance Operations Center, Crash Recovery and a member of the Space Shuttle Recovery Team for Europe in Zaragoza, Spain. Also a Gulf War Veteran, Daniel retired from the Air Force after traveling the world and receiving numerous decorations and awards. Daniel was certified as an open water scuba diver in the South China Sea and holds a private pilots license. Daniel moved with his family to Northern Idaho in 2011 from South Georgia where he had retired from the Air Force. With many innovative and ingenious ideas, this inventor and CEO of Northwind Tools is worth watching!
Jeanne Spriggs has been a multi-functional person all her life, which included raising four children, working with a New York Ambulance Corp, owning and managing a 25 stall Equestrian Stable, Fraud Investigation Management for a National Bank, Business Management in Insurance and as a Certified Master Inspector for residential and commercial businesses. Jeanne holds a Bachelors Degree in Business Management. Jeanne, as the Product Development Manager of Northwind Tools, is committed to the positive difference the tools will make to the many people who use them and to the economy by maintaining manufacturing in USA. Jeanne is a Member of the Board for the North Idaho Inventor’s Association. During her free time Jeanne enjoys gardening, kayaking, hiking, snowshoeing, photography, playing the violin as a member of an orchestra and fiddling for fun.
Janelle Sordelet, a United States Air Force veteran, wife, and mom, joined the Northwind Tools family in 2013. Since then, she completed her Masters in Business Administration in 2017. Outside of her busy work schedule, she stays active with running, hiking, kayaking, and volunteer work. To her, raising her family and living near family in the inland Northwest is a blessing.