I was born and raised in a mid-sized suburb of Atlanta, Georgia into a working class family. I never left the Southeast until I was 18 and my grandmother, who was a missionary at the time, convinced me to travel with her to Honduras and Nicaragua.
After that I became the first person in my family to attend college. I attended the University of Georgia in Athens, Georgia and majored mostly in binge drinking, but also found the time to graduate with honors with a business degree, a minor in religion, and second minor in economics. I also met my future wife who I have been married to for a little over two years now.
Today I work for a Public Accounting firm in their business consulting branch. I am a little too passionate about politics and religion and have a small amount of trouble understanding that it is usually better to keep your opinions to yourself.
I’m fiscally conservative, socially progressive, and mostly secular. I have a fondness for microbreweries, travel, and photography. My greatest goal is to always be a student of life and to learn to be humbled by it.