Lead Community Access Trainer - PATH
Please excuse the seemingly infantile writing style of this bio, it is intentional. The purpose of it is to give some specific information about myself and I have no interest in following archaic grammar rules, particularly the idea that it should be in third person. I am writing it and it is about me, therefore there will be a lot of “I’s,” I do not apologize for that and that alone I hope will give a useful clue to part of my nature. I was born in New Orleans and I love it here. My formal education has always been in public schools, including the universities I attended. I dabbled in more than a few studies but only managed to finish one degree program in music. It was that discipline that led me to education as most musicians will take on private students to supplement their income. My work experience is varied as well. I have loved working outside and with my hands every bit as much as jobs requiring more academic knowledge. Education has been the bulk of my work history. I love it for the challenge. I love it for the many opportunities to make a hopefully positive impact for someone. I love it for the opportunity to work with other like-minded coworkers. Finally, I love it for the gift of being able to work with beautiful, unadulterated souls, particularly like those I have found here at Chartwell.