I grew up in rural Wisconsin and graduated from Eleva-Strum High School in 1992. After high school, I went to the University of Wisconsin – La Crosse and earned a degree in Kinesiology and a minor in Adapted Physical Education.
After graduating college, I moved to San Antonio and started my career in education at Krueger Middle School. During my 12 years at Krueger, I taught Special Education, Physical Education, coached various sports, and I was the first AVID Coordinator for the campus. During my time at Krueger, I earned a Master of Education in Educational Leadership from UTSA. In 2010, I transitioned from middle school to high school, and started the Achieve Program at Johnson High School.
In 2012, I was named the Assistant Principal at Bradley Middle School. I spent one semester as an Assistant Principal at Lopez Middle School before returning home to Johnson High School as an Assistant Principal in 2015.
On a personal note, I have been married to my wife Liz for many years. We have three daughters Isabella, Madelyn, and Lauren who love to attend Johnson events, so you will often see them at games, concerts, and performances.