Why I Serve

Our community is unique because it is filled with opportunities for residents to give back and make our city and schools better.  I am running for Frisco ISD Board so I can continue my family's commitment to service, and use my experience across many civic and volunteer networks to help Frisco ISD continue its strategy of excellence in education.

In 2008, my wife, Amy, and I had the rare opportunity to choose in which U.S. city to raise and educate our children. Since Amy is a former public school teacher and we were both educated in public school systems, the public education system was the focus of our decision process. After researching countless cities and school districts, the City of Frisco and Frisco Independent School District became our permanent home.

Since moving to Frisco, I have had the opportunity to serve for many great civic and community organizations. In 2014, I served on the Frisco ISD Bond Committee where I got to know the Frisco ISD leadership and really got a deep dive on the district’s growth plans through 2020. I gained a good understanding of the district’s vision and how we are preparing for the continuing fast growth that is coming to Frisco. I’m honored to serve on the Frisco ISD Board of Trustees in Place 3 to share that experience and help implement this plan.

Our three daughters are students in Frisco ISD schools and our youngest has 7 years until graduation. As a parent, it is a great honor to contribute to the continued excellence of Frisco Independent School District.

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