WHERE HE'S FROM
As a Tennessee Native and the son of Haitian immigrants, I have a unique perspective that intersects to reflect the experience and understanding of our community. I grew up with a deep respect for public service and a strong belief in Tennessee and my community.
I attended Milligan College where I earned a degree in Political Science. While at Milligan, I worked to increase the level of representation at every level. I served on several student organizations as well as a direct appointment to a task force responsible for hiring a more representative faculty and staff.
A CAREER OF SERVICE
After Milligan, I worked with the National Consortium for the Study of Terrorism and Responses to Terrorism as an open source intelligence analyst before starting law school. During my first year of law school, I helped to create the Charlotte Community Coalition and the Heal Charlotte Initiative in the wake of the shooting death of Keith Lamont Scott. I went on to graduate from Lincoln Memorial University with a law degree and immediately went to work with the Nashville Public Defender before becoming a Nonprofit Civil Rights Attorney.
I have a fierce dedication to serving and working to improve my community. I will bring a history of service, perspective, and lived experience to the Metro Council to ensure that your voice is elevated. Feel free to reach out and get to know me, I look forward to meeting you.