Apr 24

Today is my last last day of classes in my undergraduate career. It’s a bittersweet day for me, as I can still clearly remember being a freshman here in 2010. I remember coming in as a confused Aerospace Engineering student, transferring to Aviation Business, and now here I am: on the final approach to graduating with honors in the College of Business.

As I get ready to depart and move onto the next stage, I wanted to take this opportunity to say thank you. Thank you to everybody who I have come into contact with during the past four years. Having the opportunity to get to know each and every one of you has been amazing. I am lucky and honored to have the group of friends that I do, and together with my professional social network, I’ve had the opportunity to meet some really amazing people.

These past four years have been nothing short of spectacular, and I’m sure I’ll look back on these years for the rest of my life. I’m extremely lucky to have my personal passions aligned with my professional goals, and I look forward to starting my career in July.

I’m going to miss Embry-Riddle and specifically the College of Business. I will miss my amazing friends, my hard-working classmates, and the committed and enthusiastic faculty and staff.

You all have made these past four years, hands down, the best four years of my entire life. It’s going to be hard to see Daytona Beach on the flight information display screens at CLT and ATL without shedding a tear with a smile.

Thanks again.



Join us this weekend as we reflect back on the past four¬†wonderful years…

Mar 01

I went on a tour of the SIDA at JAX (Jacksonville Int’l Aiport) last Saturday and it was amazing. From the baggage handling to the bird mitigation, I got to see how they handled operations. Here is one of my favorite photos that I took, of a Southwest Airlines 737 taxing to the ramp. I’ll upload more to an album on Flickr later.

Southwest Airlines Boeing 737

N774SW taxing to the ramp at JAX

Mar 01

I’m thinking of resuming this blog to share my stories from my Embry-Riddle Daytona Beach. ¬†I just need more time, but once the time opens up expect a major revamp and more updates.

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