Day job/ career:
Piddling around the ranch, buying and selling vehicles, sparse contract work, and occasional duty through the Air National Guard.
How did you become involved with Our Community Listens?
After a family member participated in the class, I was encouraged to learn more about the program. During class, I realized the content was way out of my comfort zone and challenging. Amidst numerous failing attempts to implement Our Community Listens in my day to day life, a professor call was made. With the enormous impact I had seen with my few successes, this seemed like the best opportunity to stay engaged in the material and share the good news.
What is your hope for Our Community Listens?
Continue to grow and watch the training change lives, families, and communities.
How do you most often find yourself using what you learned in CST?
With family, particularly my wife and daughters.
What are three things you would bring with you on a deserted island?
My wife, kayaks, and refreshing beverages.