I grew up in Syracuse, Utah and graduated from Clearfield High School with high honors and a 4.0 GPA. Shortly after high school I spent two years in Peru serving the people and learning their culture. I became fluent in Spanish while I was there.
Upon returning from Peru, I attended Utah State University. My last year of my degree I was awarded the Global Communication Scholarship for excelling in the program. I graduated with a Bachelor's Degree in Global Communication with a minor in Spanish in only 3 years.
The final months of my degree I started an internship with Cache Refugee & Immigrant Connection (CRIC). CRIC was established to help refugee families find access to help and services in Cache Valley. I was able to help CRIC in their journey to become a Non-profit Organization by helping them create, manage, and unify their social media accounts, and by building a website for the organization. I continued working for CRIC for about 2 years until I started as the Community Liaison and Digital Media Specialist for the Cache County Sheriff's Office. I still volunteer a small amount of time to maintain CRIC's website.
Currently, I work for the Cache County Sheriff's Office and help them build positive relations with the community through: Community Events, School Programs, Social Media, Safety Fairs, and much more.
I love my career and the people that I get to work with. I'm a father of 4 children and a husband to the most amazing woman. In my spare time, I love to fly my drone, do aerial photography, go camping and fishing, and do just about anything outdoors.