I was born in 1990 in Perth Amboy, New Jersey and have been traveling the country since. From a young age I was fixated on sports, participating in everything from baseball, basketball and football to taekwondo and judo. When I reached the high school prep level I began to focus more specifically on baseball and the overall general athleticism training needed for baseball. I was fortunate enough to excel at the prep level and received a multitude of accolades ranging from All-District Selections in the San Antonio area to All-State and ultimately the Texas Player of the Year award in 2008. I received a scholarship for baseball and attended Stanford University in Palo Alto, CA in the fall of 2008. It was here where my interest for health and wellness was truly sparked. I attended various nutrition and health classes that would eventually encourage my eagerness to learn more about overall health and practice it in my personal life as well. In the fall of 2009 I transferred to Georgetown University in Washington, DC where I would eventually receive a B.A. in Government as well as, a B.A. in Classical Studies. I also continued to excel on the baseball field, earning more accolades at the college level such as All-Conference shortstop and All Mid-Atlantic Region awards. In the spring of 2012 I was drafted by the Milwaukee Brewers as a third baseman and I am currently playing in the professional ranks within their organization. As a professional athlete I understand that nutrition is vital to my playing career and shortly after my introduction to the Fie Star Health team and USANA products, I was convinced that they would be able to help people of all backgrounds, goals and determinations achieve their health and wellness goals. I currently travel the country playing baseball for 8 months of the year and reside in Houston, TX with my fiance, Danielle Gonzaba, during the offseason.