Well, I'm probably like most people, just someone trying to fulfill their dream. For me, that dream is being able to one day call myself a professional sports broadcaster/journalist. I've had that dream since I was a freshman at Glenbrook South High School in Glenview, IL, a suburb just outside of Chicago. I participated on WGBK Radio starting at the age of 14 and eventually hosted my own sports-talk show at age 16. I went on to become a Sports Director of the radio station at the beginning of my senior year, where I managed classroom materials, created productions for on-air capabilities and produced sports broadcasts. From that point on, I knew that I wanted to continue that work for the rest of my life. I then found myself attending Marquette University starting in the Fall of 2017. I quickly created and co-hosted my own radio show on Marquette Radio and volunteered for Marquette Television's sports production "The Golden Eagles Sports Report." After a semester of learning and evolving, I was hired by Marquette's award-winning sports desk of the Marquette Wire to be the Audio Producer and a Men's Lacrosse and Golf Beat Reporter. I'm now a sophomore at Marquette University and just finished my short amount of time as the Assistant Sports Editor for the Wire. I currently hold the position of Assistant Sports Producer, where I produce video coverage for Marquette sports as well as coordinate sports television shows with Marquette University Television.