Community leader, graphic designer, visual communicator and photographer are all words that describe me. I am a graduate of Indiana State University where I earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree while concentrating in Graphic Design. I am currently studying law at the University of the District of Columbia David A. Clarke School of Law and I am a Career and Technology Educator at McKinley Tech High School in Washington, DC.
I have served as a civil servant dedicating many years to the Indianapolis Branch of the NAACP, standing on the front line in fight for Civil Rights. I have helped change the landscape of urban marketing in Indianapolis with the creation of 4Cast Magazine, which opened doors for me that I never could have imagined.
Behind the lenses of my cameras, I have captured some of the greatest moments in recent history, which shall be reflected upon by the generations to come. I have also changed the way that one of the nation’s most impactful organizations communicates with its members.
I will continue to think of ways to improve and empower our communities. We have come a long way but there is still much progress to be made. Whether it be through my ability to design, my eye in photography or my passion to serve others; my daily mission will continue to make sure that I make someone’s tomorrow a little bit better than their today.