As a resident of Carolina Forest for the past 12 years, it has become apparent that the growth of our community requires a cohesive voice. Luckily, the Carolina Forest Civic Association (CFCA) has provided an integral platform to consolidate and amplify that voice to ensure Carolina Forest receives the consideration that it deserves. I applaud the leadership of the CFCA for its achievements in organizing community events and for striving to be the most comprehensive and informative source for Carolina Forest residents. I am encouraged by its success, however, there is an evident need for further involvement from the community to ensure that our goals are realized. I am seeking a seat on the board to share in the proactivity required by a growing community organization. As a local business owner and financial services professional, I believe my expertise, work ethic, and contacts at the local, state, and national level will prove beneficial to the future success of the CFCA and the Carolina Forest community at large.
To provide further context into my background: I was born in Ohio and raised primarily in the Annapolis, MD area. My wife and I have lived in Waterbridge for the past 4 years after having spent our first 8 years as Myrtle Beach residents in The Farm. We are the proud parents of 2 young boys who seem to already share their father’s passion for travel, sports, music, and books.
Bach. Of Science, Magna cum Laude
Beta Gamma Sigma & Beta Alpha Psi Honors
Coastal Carolina University
Constitutional Law Certificate
Duke Law School
Chartered Retirement Planning Counselor (CRPC®)
Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA®) Level 3 Candidate
Securities Licensed in 28 states
-Board Member, Finance Advisory Board; Wall College of Business
-Sustaining Member/Paul Harris Fellow, Carolina Forest Rotary
-Auxiliary Member, Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) Post 10804
-Member, Coastal Carolina University Alumni Association
-Primary Local Sponsor, Alzheimer’s Assoc. Walk to End Alzheimer’s
-Sponsor, Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers Myrtle Beach 5K