I certainly don’t think of myself as a politician. I’m your neighbor and maybe even your friend. I was born in Boulder and went to Flatirons Elementary, Baseline Junior High and Fairview High School. I went to college in Santa Barbara and then finished with a degree in Finance from the Leeds School of Business at CU.
When I was 21 I met my amazing, brilliant, powerful partner and we began our adventure together. We moved to San Francisco for a year, Durham, North Carolina for five years, and Madison, Wisconsin for two years. I was a high school math teacher in Durham, a stay-at-home father in Madison and a soccer coach everywhere I went. Since moving back to Louisville in 2010, my wife and I added two more kids to our family and I became a co-owner of Fox Property Management. While we mostly manage rental homes for people, I like to think that we’ve done a great job of creating a loving work environment for our ever-growing staff.
In the past several years I have dedicated countless hours of my time to the city of Louisville. I have become the Vice Chair on the Historic Preservation Commission, a board member for the Louisville Chamber of Commerce and the Vice President of the Louisville Downtown Business Association. In addition to these formal roles, I am the proud creator of Louisville Live, the semi-annual music festival inside and outside of nearly every restaurant and bar in downtown. Lastly, I am a founding member of Guys Who Give. This group meets once a quarter at Gravity Brewing to nominate and select a local charity. Every member then writes a $100 check to that charity. To date, Guys Who Give has raised nearly $400,000 for local charities across the country.
I find it odd to see my name on a yard sign or to shake hands with total strangers and ask them to vote for me. I do get excited about turning strangers into neighbors and serving my community in a capacity that suits my skill set. I hope to get that chance.
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