Easy Hoops is a nonprofit organization that combines my passions of basketball, philanthropy, and business. My team and I are creating a basketball program to develop life and social skills for individuals both with and without special needs to develop life, social, and basketball skills.
I worked with BevStrat, Inc., an independent sales arm that closely works with distributors and suppliers to bring independent brands the power they deserve.
I was involved with New Trier's DECA Chapter. DECA, or Distributive Education Clubs of America, is an organization that provides opportunities for emerging business leaders to compete, learn, and grow together.
I participated in Find a Cure Service Board, a student-run service group representing the Leukemia Lymphoma Society.
I worked with Team Tyler, a youth service group representing Autism Speaks. Team Tyler helped found the annual North Shore Autism Speaks Walk.
I was a member of SCOPE Midwest's Junior Leadership Committee. SCOPE, or Summer Camp Opportunities Promote Education, aims to raise money to create 'camper-ships' that send individuals to overnight camp for its academic, social, and safety benefits.
I was a board member of Leaders For Tomorrow (LFT), a branch of the American Jewish Committee. Leaders For Tomorrow (LFT) is designed to empower the next generation with knowledge, passion and purpose. It will build on AJC’s mission to develop young Jewish leaders who can advocate for the Jewish people, Israel, and human rights around the world, and serve as positive change agents for their peers and community.
I was a radio show host at WNTH, 88.1 FM, in which I hosted a weekly show discussing hip hop culture, news, and sharing opinions.