The first Afro-Latino to run in the 136th State Assembly District. A son of a single mother who worked hard to provide for her children. A proud graduate of Bishop Kearney High School in Irondequoit, who went on to attend College at the State University of NY at Potsdam. I have always kept close to the idea of giving back to my fellow man, as so many people have done along the way for me.
We know and understand that sometimes people need a hand-up in life. This gave me the foundation of what would be the start of my professional career. Serving in various outreach roles, whether mid-level or supervisory.
Fast forward to today, Having become increasingly more involved in my local community with many non-profit boards locally with their executive teams, I am confident in taking the next step in growth as a leader and working hand in hand with other community leaders to improve our city.
As a former non-profit professional and currently a Realtor, I have learned to listen to concerns and provide solutions and expertise as well as work collaboratively with others.
My family and I currently reside in the historic Maplewood neighborhood in Rochester, NY.