What can I say, I like to exercise, I like to write, and I like to engage in conversation with just about anyone. I suppose it is why I have been involved in customer service roles throughout my life, even engaging in public speaking.
I started out in the culinary arts during and after high school, but I left it behind to pursue personal training when I was 24. Boxing was also a calling for me, and I tried it out when I was 20 years old. I taught boxing for roughly nine years, and I have also taught boxing to students at Springbank Community High School, Western Canadian High School, and the JCC (Jewish Community Center). I have officially left my career as a personal trainer and boxing instructor to pursue a degree at the University of Calgary, first starting with a diploma at the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology (SAIT).
While I was initially a shy child, my Mother pushed me to try acting at a young age, which helped me overcome any shyness that I had. I have done random modeling gigs, commercials, and extra work in movies and TV shows. I wouldn’t call it my vocation, but it is a nice reprieve from my daily living. Currently, my main focus is completing my journalism diploma at SAIT, and then my degree at UofC. I made a lot of changes in my life, and there are times that I feel rather old to “start over” so to speak, but I don’t regret it as I am taking charge of my own life, and I am grateful for the support that has come my way. Some hobbies of mine are writing, reading, boxing, playing guitar and singing.