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  • I have tasted death and loss at extremes and could so easily not be here today, yet, here I am - alive, with a voice, mind, and purpose. After suffering a near-fatal car wreck in 2005 that paralyzed me from the chest down, I have realized how valuable life really is as well as every ability that we each have.

    After attending college for 11 years, I finally obtained a Bachelor of Social Work degree from the University of North Texas in May 2016 and received the great honor of being the student speaker at graduation.

    I enjoy spending my time learning and bringing joy and life to others.

    Lamentations 3:19-26 (TEV) - “The thought of my pain and my homelessness is bitter poison. I think of it constantly, and my spirit is depressed. Yet hope returns when I remember this one thing: The Lord’s unfailing love and mercy still continue, fresh as the morning, as sure as the sunrise. The Lord is all I have, so in him I put my hope.”

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