Most of my life has been moving around because my dad was in the
air force. I was born in Homestead AFB, Florida and stayed there
then moved to Seemour Johnson AFB, North Carolina. After that it
was Egland AFB, Florida, then Langley AFB, Virginia
. Next is my favorite place and
that is Hickam AFB, Hawaii (right next to pearl harbor). Then on my
15th birthday we moved all the way over to Williamsburg Virginia
where I live now.
Now, most of my time is spent enjoying the fact that I got my
masters from Virginia Tech
. I am a big Hokie fan
because Virginia Tech has had a huge
on my life.
Virignia Tech is where I have laid the foundation for the rest of
my life to be successfull
. I worked at Moes as the
prep guy. I can make amazing food and am very happy for that haha.
I also worked at Target as the Sales Floor guy. Now, I work for
NASA as a Flight Performance Engineer, so I get to play with
rockets, oh yeah!
Religion is also a part of my life because honestly, I have a very
that is very
special to me. It makes me think alot and if people are up for
sharing stuff about spirituality thats great. This spiritual
connection provides me with strength to help others and to
understand them better.
Even though I have a serioius
side to myself, I am also very
laid back and honestly love to have a good time with anyone. My
number one priority is to enjoy life
hoped to get a good job so I can do another thing I love in life,
that is mess with airplanes
. Fortunately, I have
achieved that hope and feel blssed. When I was seven, I was
inspired by Star
to do Aerospace Engineering. Yes thats true haha, I wanted
to build amazing things like X-wings and still do. It would be
awesome to play with those hehe.
It's also true that I enjoy playing with big expesnive toys that
are really fast all day long. Thus is the life of an Aerospace
Engineer. I currently am a Flight Performance Engineer at NASA
(Wallops Flight Facility)
. With that job, I analyze sounding rockets and make sure that they
will perform well and I also tell people where they were pointing
throughout their flight.