Westover High School, Albany, Georgia | 2013
University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia/ Bachelor of Science in Natural Resources, Recreation and Tourism
I am interested in the way humans interact with the environment and increasing environmental access for minority and underprivileged communities. I currently engage this passion through environmental education for youth, from ages 8 to 19. I also create natural resource- themed art and writing. In 2022 I premiered my first solo museum gallery show titled: The Real and The Ideal. In this exhibit I created artwork from recycled items and highlighted native plants and animals of Georgia.
In 2022, my first piece of writing was published by the Waterman Fund. It is an essay entitled: The Tragedy of the Common Peoples, and it celebrates and uplifts the ways in which people of color, immigrants, people with disabilities, and other minorities help to protect the environment.
Currently, in my day job life, I am Associate Procurement Specialist , purchasing items for the University of Georgia's multiple campuses.