Aaron graduated from Wright State University with a bachelor’s of science in Psychology. At WSU, he served as a student leader for both the Asian/Hispanic/Native American Student Council and the WSU chapter of the Psi Chi International Honor Society. He also started volunteering as a 4-H advisor in Greene County during his time at WSU. He credits his involvement in 4-H, both as a youth and as a volunteer, with helping to build his confidence and spark his interest in teaching. He served as a Sunday school teacher for his church and taught classes to a wide range of ages and backgrounds. After working in the Mental Health field, he decided that he wanted to turn his passion for teaching into a career. He has lived in Greene County all his life and wishes to serve the community to the best of his abilities.
Program Assistant, SNAP-Ed