He began his educational career in Burke County, Georgia schools as a reading specialist who was moved into the 7th grade English/Language Arts program (ELA), where he experienced his first real taste of educational success. His class achieved the highest passing percentage, and he was given an award to recognize his achievement.
After spending a second year at the middle school where he began his career, he asked for a position as coach at an alternative school in that same district. Former teacher of the year for the school, he was afforded the opportunity to become not only the coach, but the discipline coordinator, and reading instructor.
From those positions, he would go on to become an assistant principal and principal. In order to be closer to his own children, he moved back to the CSRA and he currently is the administrator and founder of AA Steam and Entrepreneurship Academy Georgia.