Coronavirus closed the Sitar Arts Center and now, our students have nowhere to go. Today, we need your support more than ever.

In December 2014, I was working in the CIA’s Office of Public Affairs and it was time to generate lots of interest for the federal government’s Combined Federal Campaign, which supports local and national charities. I looked through the list and thought it would be interesting to invite a local non-profit called Guitars Not Guns,Continue reading “Coronavirus closed the Sitar Arts Center and now, our students have nowhere to go. Today, we need your support more than ever.”

The Kimpton Hotel and Ristorante Casolare: A Fantastic Evening in Glover Park

Every year since 2015, I’ve attended the Sitar Arts Center annual gala, an event which drives awareness about the incredible impact Sitar has in the community, and this year was no different. At this year’s gala, my wife Abby and I attended with the goal of donating more money than we ever had before. AsContinue reading “The Kimpton Hotel and Ristorante Casolare: A Fantastic Evening in Glover Park”

On This Day of Thanks, Here is What I’m Grateful For

I am thankful for my wife, Abby, who supports me, loves me, and is a wonderful partner in my life. I’m thankful for my family, my brother Garrett, my mom Sue, my dad Dave and my grandfather Art, in particularly. I’m thankful my cousins are doing well. I’m thankful for my extended family in NewContinue reading “On This Day of Thanks, Here is What I’m Grateful For”

Thank You For Making Me Feel So Loved

On Friday, 16 November, I held a party to celebrate the release of my first book,¬†Get After It: Seven Inspirational Stories to Find Your Inner Strength When It Matters Most, at the Sitar Arts Center in Washington D.C. While local bookstores weren’t interested in my book or hosting a launch/release party, Sitar welcomed me withContinue reading “Thank You For Making Me Feel So Loved”