I was born in Monroe, Georgia. I attended Monroe Area Comprehensive High School where I was on the softball, basketball, and track teams. I was also an active member in several different clubs in high school. Some of these clubs are the National Honor Society, the Beta Club, FBLA, and Co-Ed Y. After high school, I attended Young Harris College. During my stay at Young Harris, I was a member of their collegiate softball team and I was also a member of the Phi Beta Kappa Honor Society. I graduated from Young Harris College in 1994 with an Associate of Science in Mathematics. I graduated from UGA last spring with a BS in Mathematics. While at UGA, I became a member of the Golden Key National Honor Society. I am now a graduate student in the Department of Mathematics at UGA. After I graduate, I would like to go back to the North Georgia Mountains or to my old high school to teach and to coach softball and track.

I have many hobbies and most of them have to do with sports and the outdoors. For as long as I can remember, I have been playing sports and I have been spending a lot of time in the outdoor life. I like to hike, camp, and fish. Since there is not a fast pitch softball team near that I can play on, I have decided to coach. I coach softball during the spring and summer. I've been coaching fast pitch softball for the past four years in my hometown of Monroe, Ga. I've coached all ages, from 9 to 18.

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