is an NCFCA Region 1 LD Champion (2006) who did both Team Policy (2001-2005) and Lincoln-Douglas (2005-2006) debate in high school. He also competed in a high school secular league that allowed him to argue the unconstitutionality of Roe v. Wade before a member of the Hawaii Supreme Court. In college Aaron was part of both the PHC Team Value team and AMCA Moot Court team, which he captained during his senior year.
Since graduating from PHC in 2011, Aaron has coached moot court teams and judged almost 100 rounds as part of the Office of Admissions at Patrick Henry College. Aaron currently serves as coach for PHC's Civic Debate program. In his spare time Aaron loves hiking, strategy gaming, reading, anything involving a power drill, and movie nights with his wife.