Throughout my life, I have always strived to be involved in my community. In my hometown, I have served on the Code Enforcement Board, planted sea oats to safeguard our delicate dunes, and built oyster baskets and reefs to improve our fragile lagoon.
Additionally, I volunteered at the inaugural event of the Young Entrepreneurs Society in Ryckman Park, helping to ensure its great success.
At the county level, I have supported The Children’s Hunger Project, where my efforts to organize two volunteer events resulted in almost 4,000 lunches being packed for hungry children across Brevard County.
I have helped raise funds to construct the community St Stephens Way building in District 3. St. Stephens Way is a local, non-profit organization that provides a comprehensive plan for housing specific to homeless families with children in the Brevard County School system.
In addition, I was the lead organizer of an event where Brevard Republicans, Restore Our Shores, and the Brevard Zoo collaborated to build Gabions. These structures are integral in creating oyster habitats for the Indian River Lagoon.