A DEEPER LOOK
Without Nazareth, I don’t know if I could have imagined the impact I would have on empowering young people as CEO of Elite Visions Enterprise, Co-Founder of Collegiate M.I.N.D.S. Inc., all while maintaining my career as a corporate litigator.
Nazareth was the best thing that ever happened to me. Through my coaches and teachers at Nazareth, I was shown what it takes to be a “servant leader.”
In trying to find myself, I used basketball as an outlet to receive the extra support I needed. Through basketball, I received brothers and I realized that Nazareth was my family. Nazareth supports me during my high school career, during my time teaching in the Science and Math department and still support me now that I am in medical school.
Nazareth has meant everything to me the last four years. It’s where I grew up, it’s where I watched my younger brothers grow up, it’s where I became captain of the football team, spent my evening at basketball, baseball, and track practices, and where my mother was head of the PTO.
As a high school freshman in 1964, I sat in my desk in my uniform not knowing what to expect. A decade later, I returned to Nazareth as an employee, where I met my future wife. For the past 15 years, I have been the COO at RE/MAX Advantage Reality, and currently serve on the Nazareth Board of Directors. There was no better experience than Nazareth.