A DEEPER LOOK
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 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.”
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.
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.
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.