I have a combined 30 years of coaching, parenting, tutoring, teaching and mentoring experience. My journey into the world of service began as a sophomore at Gonzaga College High School in Washington, DC where the motto is “Men for others” and continued throughout my time as a student-athlete at Georgetown University.
My love and passion for basketball has taken me all over the world. Everywhere I’ve traveled I have always made time to help kids in the local community. From speaking at elementary, middle and high schools in Chicago, IL and Kariya City, Japan, to speaking at Fellowship of Christian Athlete's events in Acworth, GA, to visiting the burn and cancer unit at a children's hospital in Manchester, England, to working and directing basketball camps nationally and internationally from Washington, DC to Germany to France, I have a committed passion for working with young people of the world.
This will be my 17th year in Education. My 15th year as a teacher. It seems that all my experiences and travels have brought me to Cristo Rey Richmond where I am excited to continue to positively impact the lives of Metro Richmond youth.
My family, wife Janelle, children Ryan, Dominique, Jaxon, Robert, IV “Elex” and Reagan and I live in Chesterfield.