Title: Louisiana History Teacher/ Assistant Football Coach Defensive Coordinator
Education: University of Arkansas Monticello, Grand Canyon University and Nicholls State University
About: I am a proud New Orleanian and graduate from Edna Karr High School. Where I was a participated in both football and baseball. I went on to play football at Nicholls State University. After Nicholls State, I became a medic in the New Orleans Area and later join the New Orleans Fire Department for 5 years. After Hurricane Katrina, I moved to Atlanta where I continue as a Fire Fighter and Medic for the Metro Atlanta Area for an addition 5 years. I received my Bachelor's in Public Administration from Grand Canyon University, and later received my Master’s Physical Education from University of Arkansas Monticello.
Favorite Book: Tony Dungy - Quiet Strength
Favorite Place on Campus: Football Field
Favorite Marching 100 Song: Before I Let Go- Maze
Favorite Snowball Flavor: Grape and Mango
Favorite Teacher: Al Ott (9th grade PE Teacher and Bill Robinson 12th African American History Teacher)
Favorite Trip: Miami and BahamasFun Fact: I love all things sports. I have 4 State Championship Rings (1 as a player in ’93 from Edna Karr and 3 as a coach from Edna Karr ’16, ’17, ’18. Was name All-State, All-Metro, and All-District Player of the in Football in 1993.