Graduate Program Coordinator, Graduate Business Services
Born in Borger, Texas, 1983.
I earned my Bachelors in 2005 and my MBA in 2010.
I am a graduate of Dale Carnegie and have attended EagleU University in Washington DC.
Currently I am the Graduate Program Coordinator, Graduate Business Services, at university of Texas at Arlington
I serve on the National Faculty Advisory Board for Sigma Chi Eta,
and am on the Board Of Directors-Fort Worth Drowning Prevention Coalition.
I have my Solo Certification in a Cessna 150, and am a Licensed Pyrotechnician. I enjoy Volunteering, Teaching, Scuba diving, Dancing and Traveling.
I belong to two special Aviation related 501C3 groups:
Commemorative Air Force
Collecting aircraft for nearly a half a century, the CAF now ranks as one of the largest air forces in the world. Today the CAF has approximately 9,000 members and a fleet of almost 160 airplanes representing more than 60 different types—including planes from several foreign countries and other military conflicts since World War II.
Through the use of pyrotechnics, an airshow can come to life with simulated strafing runs, bomb drops, walls of fire, A-Bombs, and 21 gun salutes and reenactors. The Blastards specialize in working with Ground Force Reenactors to bring pyro to the ground attack in addition to the air attack. If you want more spark in your next air show, please contact us at: