"When my kids were little, I made a promise to them that I would always tell them the truth - even if it got me into trouble. And I always encouraged them to do the same.. Every day when they came home from school, before we had dinner, my kids and I used to talk about how we spent the day and we were honest with each other. I always left the door open for them to tell the truth and have loved... Read More
- Georgetown University
"When the snowstorm Jonas hit earlier this year, it was all hands on deck! Many of us stayed on campus to shovel.. I'm not going to lie, it was back breaking work. There was 3 to 4 feet of snow and we were working 12-hour shifts.. Many of us weren't able to return home to see our families for days. ..But what really made it all worth it was seeing the smiles on some of the students faces when... Read More
"My advice to the students is to find out where your gift lies...because that's where the money is. When my daughter was growing up, I began to notice that she wasn't able to read and write as well as the other kids in her classes - even all the way up to middle school. But she was street smart! She was also very analytical.. Throughout the years, she learned how to develop her gifts. Now she... Read More
"I cherish my wife and the life we had together. 5 years ago, she died of breast cancer. My entire life changed.. Everything went down hill. There was no support anywhere. I had to quit my job and start all over. Now I work close to 50 hours a week to pay for my daughters tuition."
"To be honest, I can't wait to get here and see my kids (the students). Many of them are so far away from home and I treat them like they are my own.. Some days, they could be down and I can tell that something is wrong.. But I always try and put smiles on their faces! If it weren't for the students, I would not be here."