- Major: Politics & International Affairs
- Hometown: Garner, NC
I was born in Garner North Carolina. My parents, especially my mother, instilled the ethics of hard work and dedication at an early age. Many of my family, friends, teachers, coaches, and mentors have helped shaped me into the man I have become today. As a writer for The Paladin and diversity fellow for Mosaic, I have been able to share a diverse perspective at Furman. It is also important that I be a role model for the youth and inspire them to achieve greatness. Every day I work to approach life with a deeper level of thinking so that I can get the most out of all my experiences.
In his own words...
"Being a Politics and International Affairs major at Furman is helping me become more well-rounded and open-minded. I have been able to develop as a student and future professional through engaging in insightful dialogue with classmates and professors. Through my journey at Furman, I have approached issues from different perspectives which have created a better worldview for me."