Degree: Bachelor of Science in Sports Management
Hometown: Logan, Utah
What has Caldwell given you?
The school has given me the opportunity to turn friends into family. I am really appreciative of the welcoming staff and faculty. I want to give a very big shoutout to my football coaches. I also want to give a shout out to the dining hall staff, security guards, maintenance workers and residence life. Without the constant help and support from these individuals during my time, I would not be in such high spirits. Thank you from the bottom of my heart.
Highlights of your time at Caldwell?
Working to bring Iota Phi Theta Fraternity Inc. on campus, playing football, the connections. And last but not least, graduating as a first-generation graduate.
Where are you headed? What are your next steps in life’s journey?
My focus right now is to take all the skills I have learned throughout my time here and use them in the sports industry. My advisor and Professor Neil Malvone has had a wonderful impact on me. I have no doubt that I will make him proud in the near future.
What makes Caldwell U a special place?
The people in the community are what makes this school special. You are treated as a part of the community the moment you step on the campus. Being an out of state student I never once felt that I did not belong.
Any life lessons you feel you have learned during this pandemic?
Life is too short to not believe in yourself. Take risks and never remain content.
If you could do it all over again would you still come to Caldwell?
I was a member of the Black Student Union, Sports Management Club and African Caribbean Association. I was also a brother of Iota Phi Theta Fraternity Incorporated.