I attended Eastern Kentucky University, a four-year college in Richmond, Kentucky. I love to compete, and I was a member of the men’s varsity track and field team at Pulaski County High School in Somerset, Kentucky. Ultimately, I chose not to run at the collegiate level so I could stay closer to my family, and work while I was in school.
What truly excites me about my job on the NCSA team is the thought that every time I talk to a new family, I have the opportunity to change their lives for the better. The recruiting process is unexplored territory for some people, and the assistance we offer in navigating this time in the lives of so many people is special. The team I have surrounding me at NCSA is wonderful, and each member of the team is always willing to help with advice and encouragement. We work hard for each other, and that’s something I cherish about this job.
When I’m not working, I love to spend time with my wife and my three dogs. Between the four of them, I am always on my toes. We love to hike, travel, host our friends for cookouts, and lots of other things. I am always the one in the kitchen when it comes time to cook any meal, and I would not have it any other way. My favorite thing in life is to bring people together!