Between 2012 and 2013, the only major change in my life has been my age, which I think is good. Perhaps I’ve gotten more mature, perhaps I’ve gotten less mature. Either way is cool with me.
I firmly believe that a person is nothing more than the sum of his/her experiences and life journey. As such, this is me. Try and keep up!
- I am incredibly blessed to have two amazing, successful parents, and one equally amazing, successful younger brother.
- I am a country boy and a farmer and small town, despite my desire to fight this as a little kid.
- I am “preppy” – the result of four wonderful years at The Hun School of Princeton.
- I am an equestrian. I am a basketball player. I am a rower. I am a triathlete. I am a snowboarder. I am competitive, to say the least.
- I am part of the family business, but doing my best to put my own spin on it from a different perspective.
- I am a devout rap music fan, and I am also a rapper myself.
- I am a Studio Art minor, and a huge fan of architecture, even if I cannot draw.
- I am insanely loyal to my friends. I’ve already come to the conclusion that picking my wedding party will be a nightmare (right now I count 11 not including me).
- I am part of Teach For America. Those kids will forever be part of my life, and a handful of them I will forever consider to be my own children.
- I am an Economist, as says my Bachelor of Arts from the College of the Holy Cross.
- I am a Special Education “master,” so says my M. Ed. in Special Education from Chestnut Hill College.
- I am borderline OCD. I am great at logistics and trip planning.
- I am a shoe junkie – particularly the Air Jordan XII. I have seven pairs of them in different colorways. In total, I own probably 20 pairs of Air Jordans.
- I am tattooed.
- I am the poster-child for “youthful exuberance.” I love my life, and I love enjoying every moment of it.
- I am a Wattie Ink athlete (in case you didn’t know), and I am being coached by Accelerate3 this year. I am incredibly excited about both opportunities and I fully intend to perform this year in a manner that will make them proud.
- I am 25 going on 26, and still don’t know what I want to be when I grow up.
- I am okay with that.