• Langham Creek High School - 2004     
  • Texas A&M University - College Station, BS in Petroleum Engineering

I definitely didn't appreciate it at the time, but I look back fondly on all the early mornings and late nights struggling through a homework assignment or project with my classmates in the library and Petroleum Engineering building. Those experiences shaped me into a better engineer and better leader. After graduating from Texas A&M University in 2009, I began my career at Chevron in Houston as a Production Engineer. Since then, I have held positions of increasing responsibility in Production Operations and Asset Development. I currently work as Project Manager for Chevron's Wolfcamp program in the Permian Basin. The SPE-GCS scholarship was the "foot in the door" that launched my career. The scholarship came with an internship after my Senior year in High School which lead to a good start at Texas A&M my Freshman year which lead to an internship following my Freshman year. Everything took off from there. After the scholarship awards banquet, I remember my Dad telling me "You have the world in your hands, make the most of it". Truer words were never spoken. My advice to students is that these scholarships afford tremendous opportunities that extend far beyond the financial value of the scholarship. Realize this and make the most of it. Contact me at