This is me

Hello! I'm Blake! I come from a large family in Greenville, SC. I have 4 siblings of which I am second oldest. If you notice my social media, you'll easily figure out my favorite sibling. But seriously - I come from a fantastic family! We are all close and love spending time together.

Usually I am described as a very passionate person who "knows everyone" (I'm not even that extroverted?) But I do love making new acquaintances!

I'm an idealist and a thinker. Ideas continuously flow out of my mind. Those ideas tend to revolve around personal development, social empowerment, education, and business. My ideas keep me motivated and working hard.

I am also a developed book reader . I say developed because until I had initially dropped out of college (explanation below), I might have read 10 books since adolescence. I'm nearing 90+ books as of now!

If you're interested in education, leadership, home improvement, music, business, relationships, or spiritual topics, we have things to talk about!

I'm also a soccer fan but I won't talk much about that because you probably don't care about soccer - and that's okay.

My Story in brief

As stated above, I am from Greenville, South Carolina. I have lived here 21 of my 22 years. I grew up in a fundamentalist Baptist church (and school). 3rd grade I began being home schooled. Junior year of high school I began attending Shannon Forest Christian School. I graduated there and headed off to North Greenville University to play soccer and study business marketing. After a semester, I dropped out. That next fall I hopped on a plane and left for a non-profit organization in San Francisco. After a 9 month adventure, despite job offers, I decided to head back to my beloved Greenville. Since arriving back I have been finishing my degree, working as an after school teacher, and helping share the hope of creating a better world!


My headshot was done by Randi RobertsRebekah Swindal took my the headshot on my resume page. Other site photos were done by Brooke Jennings. My logo was designed by Tim Womble