After graduating from Franklin and Marshall College with a Bachelors in Arts degree in American Studies, I began teaching 17 years ago at Canterbury School, a Catholic boarding school in Connecticut, where I taught high school English and History. After three years, I accepted a position teaching high school and middle school English at Delbarton School, a Catholic day school in New Jersey. In addition to my teaching assignments at the two schools, I coached cross-country, wrestling, as well as rugby, and I organized and chaperoned field trips in Washington D.C., Ireland, and Costa Rica. In 2014, due, in part, to my father’s health, I decided to move closer to my parents in Massachusetts. For the past five years, I have been teaching high school History and Criminal Justice and have been involved in after-school activities including coaching soccer, wrestling and tennis, and serving as a student government advisor at the Tilton School in New Hampshire. When I am not in the classroom or coaching, I love to spend time enjoying the outdoors with my wife and two-year-old daughter.