Growing up in the small East Texas town of Alto, my childhood was heavily rooted in agriculture and the outdoors. Throughout my teenage years, my family began to renovate the family farm passed down to us by my grandmother. It was there, clearing brush with my father and brothers, that I discovered the excitement I felt watching the land come to its full potential. Once the land was functional, we began growing watermelons and other produce. The time I spent in the fields working with my family taught me the values of hard work and dedication that I still possess today.
My experiences with the farm motivated me to study agriculture after high school. I am currently double majoring in Agricultural Leadership and Development and Agricultural Communications and Journalism at Texas A&M University. While studying agriculture at Texas A&M, I have served as a member of the Legislative Relations Commission, Judicial Advocate General, and worked for the USDA ARS as a procurement intern.
My family still lives on the farm cultivated by generations of our ancestors, and I am so excited to have the opportunity to help others find a place they care for as much as my family and I care for our own farm. My goal is to use my passion for agriculture and service mentality to help my clients find their perfect fit.
“You will get all you want in life if you help enough other people get what they want.” – Zig Ziglar