I was born and raised in Central Texas before receiving an academic scholarship to Baylor University, where I graduated with a degree in Psychology in 2015. Before attending Baylor, I achieved the rank of Eagle Scout through the Boy Scouts of America and was heavily involved in both the marching and concert band as a trumpet player. While at Baylor, I worked in a social psychology research lab as a research assistant where I was introduced to the reality of the American struggle. This theme was reiterated via my sociology courses throughout my time there. Immediately following graduation, I was hired by the law offices of Daniel Stark where I currently work as an investigator. In addition to work, I volunteer for Meals on Wheels where I deliver food to people in need around our community. Learning about poverty and the everyday struggles of those in our community and witnessing it firsthand made me realize have I have the moral responsibility to do everything I can do to help improve the lives of those in our district, regardless of political affiliation. We are Americans first and foremost and must remember that. I can't do this alone. Join me to help bring a voice to the voiceless as well as power to those that feel they have none.