Reading Lab Coordinator
Hometown: Fort Worth, Texas
Education: Sam Houston State University, B.A. Sociology, Minor in Public Health, Sam Houston State University, M.P.A.
Why is HOPE Farm important to me?
It is crucial to engage with the future in the present. Generation Alpha represents the forthcoming workforce, our future technocrats, politicians, professionals, and voters. We must invest time in teaching and mentoring them, particularly in this era where what was once considered wrong is now perceived as right. Regrettably, black youth, particularly black men, often find themselves marginalized within societal structures, contributing to alarming statistics. God has led me to Hope Farm. I am dedicated to aligning my values and aspirations with what I believe God wants for me. Through leadership and community service, especially for my black brothers and sisters, I aim to impart the values of Christianity, faith, conservatism, strength, and love. Being a part of the mission that instills those values within the next generation of black youth and have myself grow in the process is why Hope Farm is important to me.