Hometown: Fort Worth, Texas
Billet: Deck NCO/Color Sergeant
Activities: Color Guard & Jiu Jitsu
College Aspiration: I plan to attend Texas A&M University and earn a degree in architectural engineering as well as earn a commission to the United States Navy.
Career Aspiration: After I retire from the United States Navy Construction Battalion, I plan to work for D. R. Horton Homes as an architect.
What have you learned at Marine Military Academy? MMA has taught me how to assess, adapt and react to almost any obstacle that comes my way. I've also learned how to deal with other individuals, rational or irrational, in a proper manner benefiting the situation.
How has Marine Military Academy changed you? MMA has changed my outlook of the world around me. The organization and function of the world has become much more simple to understand once I was exposed to the precise attention to detail that MMA offers, along with the incredibly stable and just structure put in place by my superiors.
What do you like best about Marine Military Academy? The structure offered at MMA along with the vast sea of individuals from all walks of life coming together as a symphony of brotherhood and stability is a breed of which I have never experienced in my entire life.
Any last words? MMA has changed my life for the better. I has taught me empathy, loyalty and commitment to my peers, subordinates and superiors, and it has made me a better person.