After graduating from the University of Missouri – Kansas City with degrees in Sociology and Anthropology, I enlisted in the United States Navy to see the world and gain life experience that a classroom couldn’t offer. Upon completion of my contract as an engineer, I began the pursuit of my scholastic passion for writing by enrolling in a Master of Arts program in Communication and by working in field-related internship programs to reintroduce myself to the industry that I’d been apart from while serving. When I’m not at work, I like to continue my role as a student of life by engaging in philanthropic endeavors with Kansas City area non-profit groups and by serving as the Co-Chairman of the KC IABC Young Professionals Organization.
Why do I work at AWG?
Growing up, I worked as a bagger at a small town grocery store in northern Missouri. I learned a great deal about honesty and dedication through working side-by-side with store owners and management team members, who never had a problem rolling up their sleeves and lending a hand. By working at AWG, I get the opportunity to work with these same, honest people and I can help them in promoting themselves as well as their stores.