As far back as I can remember, I have always wanted to become a Police officer and be able to protect those who cannot protect themselves. Growing up baseball was always a constant in my life. Shortly after being notified that I was to be drafted in the Amateur MLB draft I found out that I had a torn labrum in my throwing arm. Little did I know that this was the end of my baseball career. Upon finishing my time at CNU I spoke with a few recruiters with the hopes of enlisting in the military. After finding out that my shoulder injury again would hold me back from BUDS or Airborne I shifted my focus towards the police department. Becoming a police officer is my sole focus and has been for quite some time. I welcome the responsibility and hope that one day I can wear the badge proudly. I have multiple family members and friends that either serve in the military or currently serve for a variety of different police departments. Living my entire life in Williamsburg makes this police department that more special to me. I have a lot of family that live in or around the Williamsburg area.
I began as a Fitness Consultant in January 2017. After 4 months I was promoted to the Sales Manager in which I coached and helped maximize results for our sales team. The front desk was later added to my list of responsibilities and from there I have been promoted to Assistant General Manager and after a 90 day review, a possible General Manager position. My responsibilities included but were not limited to:
During my undergraduate time at Christopher Newport University I served at Food For Thought in Williamsburg, Virginia. Playing a college sport took up much of my time with the exception being Winter and Summer break. My responsibilities included but were not limited to:
As mentioned before, baseball took up most of my time while at CNU. When time was available during the summer I worked at Two Rivers Country Club in Williamsburg, Virginia. My responsibilities included but were not limited to:
After attending Shenandoah University my Freshman year for baseball, I transferred to CNU to finish my undergraduate. Due to an advising error my Senior year I am currently 2 credits shy of 120 credits. I am currently enrolled with Brigham Young University online in order to obtain my final 2 credits. I am scheduled to officially graduate at the end of the summer with CNU.
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