Get to know one·n·ten

Raising today's youth for tomorrow's future

Our vision

one•n•ten envisions a world where all LGBTQ youth and young adults are embraced for who they are, actively engaged in their communities, and empowered to lead.

Our mission

Our mission is to serve LGBTQ youth and young adults ages 11-24. We enhance their lives by providing empowering social and service programs that promote self‐expression, self‐acceptance, leadership development, and healthy life choices.

OUR STAFF

These wonderful people make it all possible
  • Nate Rhoton, he/him
    Nate Rhoton, he/him
    Chief Executive Officer
  • Kado Stewart, he/they
    Kado Stewart, he/they
    VP of Programs & Strategy
  • Clayton Davenport, he/him
    Clayton Davenport, he/him
    Director of Development & Marketing
  • Comesha Cunningham, she/her
    Comesha Cunningham, she/her
    Director of People and Culture
  • Dani Logan, she/they
    Dani Logan, she/they
    Director of Communications
  • Sally Jane Kerschen-Sheppard, She/Her
    Sally Jane Kerschen-Sheppard, She/Her
    Development Director
  • Sandra Foisy, she/her
    Sandra Foisy, she/her
    Interim Director of Youth Center & Satellites
  • Abby Eshelman, she/her
    Abby Eshelman, she/her
    Youth Center Manager
  • Aviry Christy, He/Him
    Aviry Christy, He/Him
    Camp Manager
  • Crystal Hughes, she/her
    Crystal Hughes, she/her
    Development Manager
  • Gina Read, she/her
    Gina Read, she/her
    Outreach Manager
  • John Ngo, he/him
    John Ngo, he/him
    Finance Manager
  • Keri Kramer, she/they
    Keri Kramer, she/they
    POND Program Manager
  • Wallace Hudson, he/they
    Wallace Hudson, he/they
    Training and Digital Program Manager
  • Elliot Rumpf, they/them
    Elliot Rumpf, they/them
    Satellite Program Assistant Manager
  • Isabel Montano, she/her
    Isabel Montano, she/her
    Youth Center Assistant Manager
  • Bri Williams, She/Her
    Bri Williams, She/Her
    Youth Center Specialist
  • Dee Latcher, they/them
    Dee Latcher, they/them
    2gether N Color Program Specialist
  • Dyana DaCosta, she/her
    Dyana DaCosta, she/her
    Wellness Program Specialist
  • Eva Siler
    Eva Siler
    Program Specialist - Trans Support Leader and Mentor Specialist
  • Hira Ismail, she/her
    Hira Ismail, she/her
    Training and Digital Program Specialist
  • K Krznarich, she/her/hers
    K Krznarich, she/her/hers
    Satellite Program Specialist
  • Kieren Alvord, he/him
    Kieren Alvord, he/him
    Camp Program Specialist
  • Ulises Heredia, he/him
    Ulises Heredia, he/him
    Youth Center Specialist
  • Rochelle Rippy, She/Her
    Rochelle Rippy, She/Her
    POND Housing Navigation Specialist
  • Sara Simkins, she/her/hers
    Sara Simkins, she/her/hers
    POND Housing Navigation Specialist
  • Danielle Bittner, she/her
    Danielle Bittner, she/her
    Development Associate
  • Melissa Coleman, she/her
    Melissa Coleman, she/her
    Executive Assistant / Board Liaison

Board of Directors

These wonderful people make our board
  • Kris Cano
    Kris Cano
    Chair
  • David Cane
    David Cane
    Vice Chair
  • Scott Greenwood
    Scott Greenwood
    Treasurer
  • Angie Dittrich
    Angie Dittrich
    Secretary
  • Cory Braddock
    Cory Braddock
    Board Member
  • Bev Crair
    Bev Crair
    Board Member
  • Calvin Cole
    Calvin Cole
    Board Member
  • Rick McCartney
    Rick McCartney
    Board Member
  • Alicia Cowdrey
    Alicia Cowdrey
    Board Member
  • Darryl Embrey
    Darryl Embrey
    Board Member
  • Valdo G. Figueroa
    Valdo G. Figueroa
    Board Member
  • Shawn Gensch
    Shawn Gensch
    Board Member
  • Lou Goodman
    Lou Goodman
    Board Member
  • Dr. Floyd H. Hardin, III
    Dr. Floyd H. Hardin, III
    Board Member
  • Shelley Hummon
    Shelley Hummon
    Board Member
  • Nikki Khraizat
    Nikki Khraizat
    Board Member
  • Tracy Nadzieja
    Tracy Nadzieja
    Board Member
  • Dom Sims
    Dom Sims
    Board Member
  • Michael Soto
    Michael Soto
    Board Member
  • Manny Soto-Griego
    Manny Soto-Griego
    Board Member
  • Sima Thakkar
    Sima Thakkar
    Board Member
  • Nate Rhoton, he/him
    Nate Rhoton, he/him
    Chief Executive Officer

Help an Arizona LGBTQ youth rise to their potential

Nate Rhoton, he/him
Chief Executive Officer

Nate Rhoton serves as the CEO for one-n-ten, an LGBTQ non-profit delivering youth services in Arizona. Joining the team in 2015, he served as the Director of Development followed by Director of Finance & Operations, before assuming his current role in January of 2018.

Following a career of fifteen years in corporate management and finance, Rhoton chose to serve the community with his nonprofit fundraising and development expertise. Serving for twelve years as the operations director and then CFO of a local construction company, he worked to expand corporate community involvement and non-discrimination protections to LGBTQ employees. Managing significant growth for the company, he saw early on the need for continued staff development and instituted training to increase retention and help new employees to assume higher paying roles within the company.

Born and raised in Arizona, Nate graduated from Flagstaff High School and then pursued a Bachelor of Science degree in economics from Arizona State University’s WP Carey School of Business graduating magna cum laude in 2000. Over the last decade, he has committed himself to nonprofit service, serving on the Arizona steering committee of the Human Rights Campaign, the board of the Greater Phoenix Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce, The Melonhead Foundation, and as co-chair of the board of directors for Equality Arizona. Currently he serves as the chair of the Human Relations Commission for the City of Phoenix, vice chair of Leading for Change, and on the LGBTQ Advisory to the Chancellor of Maricopa County Community Colleges.

In his free time, he loves spending time with his Scottie-Golden, Sir William.

Kado Stewart, he/they
VP of Programs & Strategy
Clayton Davenport, he/him
Director of Development & Marketing
Comesha Cunningham, she/her
Director of People and Culture
Dani Logan, she/they
Director of Communications
Sally Jane Kerschen-Sheppard, She/Her
Development Director
Sandra Foisy, she/her
Interim Director of Youth Center & Satellites
Abby Eshelman, she/her
Youth Center Manager
Aviry Christy, He/Him
Camp Manager
Crystal Hughes, she/her
Development Manager
Gina Read, she/her
Outreach Manager
John Ngo, he/him
Finance Manager
Keri Kramer, she/they
POND Program Manager
Wallace Hudson, he/they
Training and Digital Program Manager
Elliot Rumpf, they/them
Satellite Program Assistant Manager
Isabel Montano, she/her
Youth Center Assistant Manager
Bri Williams, She/Her
Youth Center Specialist
Dee Latcher, they/them
2gether N Color Program Specialist
Dyana DaCosta, she/her
Wellness Program Specialist
Eva Siler
Program Specialist - Trans Support Leader and Mentor Specialist
Hira Ismail, she/her
Training and Digital Program Specialist
K Krznarich, she/her/hers
Satellite Program Specialist
Kieren Alvord, he/him
Camp Program Specialist
Ulises Heredia, he/him
Youth Center Specialist
Rochelle Rippy, She/Her
POND Housing Navigation Specialist
Sara Simkins, she/her/hers
POND Housing Navigation Specialist
Danielle Bittner, she/her
Development Associate
Melissa Coleman, she/her
Executive Assistant / Board Liaison
Kris Cano
Chair

Kris Cano is retired from government service and the City of Scottsdale after 21 years of service serving as the WestWorld General Manager and the Forensic Services Director.  Kris spent most of her 29-year career with the Scottsdale Police Department in the field of forensic science including the administration of a full-service crime laboratory, crime scene response unit, digital forensics unit, criminal history unit, and a property and evidence warehouse. Kris recently has re-entered the workforce as a Forensic DNA Analyst with Signature Science a private company that supports investigative efforts by providing scalable forensic casework solutions for both traditional and specialized sample analysis. Kris has a bachelor’s degree in Biochemistry from Florida State University and a master’s degree in Chemistry from the University of South Florida. Her passion lies with her volunteerism in the community with organizations that promote excellence in leadership and support equality for marginalized communities.  She serves as the Chair of the board of directors for one n ten, a nonprofit organization that supports LGBTQIA + youth with social and service programs that promote self-expression and leadership development.  One n ten raises over a million dollars a year in fundraising efforts to support crucial, and often lifesaving programing, ranging from summer camp to an alternative schooling, for LGBTQIA+ youth empowering their self-acceptance.  Kris also serves on the Scottsdale Leadership board of directors as the Vice Chair of the marketing committee, and a proud member of Scottsdale Leadership Class 33.  She has been a large part of Diversity Day curriculum where she empowers leaders to gain skills in empathetic and crucial conversations.  After being a member for a few years, Kris recently joined the Board of the Women’s Collective a philanthropic organization that elevates and inspires women in leadership roles by providing funding to support mentorship programs that empower women.  She has served on many other boards and organizations in the forensic community including American Society of Crime Laboratory Directors and is currently serving on the American Academy of Forensic Sciences Standards Board.  She has been married for 5 years to her husband Keith and has two children.  Ethan is 21, a graduate of Arizona State University with a bachelor’s degree in Economics, following in her footsteps and works for the City of Scottsdale.  Elli is 18 and a freshman at the University of Arizona majoring in Computer Science.

David Cane
Vice Chair

David is the Chief Commercial Officer for Wag! Labs, where he leads all of customer experience and e-commerce for the organization. He has spent his 20+ year career leading operations for national and global brands like Uber, The Home Depot, and T-Mobile.

David and his husband have been residents of the valley for the past 10 years and have dedicated their time, talent, and energy to advancing support for BIPOC LGBTQIA+ individuals through service and philanthropic efforts. David has been devoted to the service of others in both his professional and private life. As the Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors for One N Ten, he hopes to bring institutional operational knowledge to the organization as well as visibility and acceptance of LGBTQIA+ young people.

Scott Greenwood
Treasurer
Angie Dittrich
Secretary
Angie is a Senior Manager at American Express. Her responsibilities include creating foundational risk policies that prevent credit and fraud loss. She began her career at American Express in 2011 and has held a variety of roles with increasing complexity across the enterprise, primarily focused on leading projects in fraud prevention, network policy, and Anti-Money-Laundering.
Angie is a lead for the American Express Phoenix PRIDE+ Colleague Network, where she drives the vision of fostering an environment that feels safe and accepting for community members.   She achieves her vision through supporting and enabling LGBTQIA+ colleagues to succeed as their authentic selves in the workplace.
Angie is passionate about working with One-n-Ten, to ensure the next generation of our community has access to valuable resources and a strong community to lean on.
Cory Braddock
Board Member

Cory Braddock is a Partner at Snell & Wilmer, L.L.P. where he is a member of the firm’s Commercial Litigation and Securities Litigation and Investigations Practice Groups. His law practice focuses on complex commercial litigation with a particular emphasis on securities and broker-dealer institution litigation in both federal and state courts, FINRA arbitration proceedings, and general commercial litigation matters. Cory has been recognized by Super Lawyers as a Rising Star (2014-2016) and as a Southwest Super Lawyer (2017-2018). Before becoming a lawyer, he worked in the financial services industry where he received his CFP® designation.

Cory received his B.A., in Business Management from Brigham Young University and subsequently received his Juris Doctorate (cum laude) from the J. Reuben Clark Law School (BYU). He previously served as General Counsel to the Board of Directors of the Chandler Chamber of Commerce and, in 2008, was recognized by Snell and Wilmer L.L.P. as its Pro Bono Attorney of the Year.

Cory’s interests include running slowing, fishing poorly, and watching international soccer, even when it hurts his eyes and heart. He also loves, sometimes simultaneously, using his smoker, his shaved ice machine, and following his favorite non-soccer sports teams.

Bev Crair
Board Member

Bev Crair currently leads the Compute team for Oracle Corporation as Senior Vice President. Previously, she was the Vice President responsible for all product development (servers, storage, networking, software, quality, support and security) for Lenovo’s Data Center group. She also was a VP/GM at Intel, and has done stints at Cisco, Sun Microsystems and even Unisys. Bev specializes in organizational design, development and dynamics with a focus on building high performing teams; business strategy and planning, new technology development and implementation. In her spare time, Bev serves as a Trustee with the University of California Santa Cruz Foundation, and spends time with her wife motorcycling or scuba diving.  

Calvin Cole
Board Member

Calvin Cole joined the one-n-ten Board of Directors in 2017. He is very active in the community, serving on the boards of Terros Health, Keogh Health Foundation, Black Board of Directors, Boys and Girls Club of the East Valley, and Fans Across America Charitable Foundation. Calvin is First Vice President for AmTrust Bank, A Division of New York Community Bank. Previous professional roles include VP for AmTrust Bank, Sales Manager for Countrywide Home Loans, Loan Officer for Prudential Arizona Properties, Branch Manager for Washington Mutual, and Regional Sales Manager for AAA. He is a graduate of the University of Phoenix.

Rick McCartney
Board Member

Rick McCartney has been leading businesses in Phoenix for the past 20 years. President and CEO of InMedia Company and Surf Media, Inc., he is responsible for producing many local, regional and national publications, media products and technologies, including Surf Entertainment tablets for Uber and Lyft, In Business Magazine, the Vicinity Magazines and numerous digital products. He is a member of several local boards including one n ten, Children’s Museum of Phoenix, Local First Arizona, Phoenix Film Foundation and the Governors’ Workforce Council and is a member of Greater Phoenix Leadership. He is involved with New Pathways for Youth as a mentor of two youth and works with many children’s and education organizations to form strong career pathways and opportunities for underprivileged children and their families. Rick is an advocate for revised education policy, foster care policy and economic development opportunities  in Arizona.

Alicia Cowdrey
Board Member

Alicia Cowdrey, MD, currently serves as the Vice Chair and Outpatient Medical Director of Psychiatry/Behavioral Health for Valleywise Health and District Medical Group. This is innovative and rewarding work that matches her professional health care philosophies: person centered care, shared decision making, and recovery as identified by the person with the support of a qualified and compassionate health care team.

Alicia trained at Maricopa Integrated Health System for psychiatry residency and the University of Arizona for undergraduate and medical school. Alicia values education highly and loves teaching, educating patients, their families, the community, staff, residents, fellows, and medical students. She serves as the Associate Program Director for the Creighton Psychiatry Residency program, to train the next generation of psychiatrists.

Prior to her career as a physician, Alicia has worked the front lines of mental health since 2001, serving as a case manager and various other clinical and administrative roles.

In her free time, Alicia enjoys organizing fun social events for family and friends, traveling, road trips, concerts, enjoying the lovely Arizona outdoors, and cheering on the University of Arizona Wildcats.

Darryl Embrey
Board Member

Darryl is a graduate of Saint Mary’s College of CA, where he obtained a dual B.S. Degree in Organizational Management and Industrial Psychology. He earned his MBA in Human Resources Management from UOP, his MBA and Project Management certification from DeVry University.

Darryl works for a $7 trillion financial firm as a Sr. Business Technology Project Manager in their Retail Division. He has been married for 28 years and is devoted to causes that support the hungry and youth across various organizations and schools, tomorrow’s leaders. He enjoys sports, the arts, horticulture, landscaping, traveling, his pets, and spending time with family and friends.

Valdo G. Figueroa
Board Member
Shawn Gensch
Board Member

Shawn Gensch (he/him) is a retail marketing and finance executive with over 25 years of professional experience.  Shawn’s consulting business supports clients’ transformation, marketing strategy, creative, brand, media and communication initiatives.

Shawn moved to Arizona in 2015 and served as Chief Customer Officer at Sprouts Farmers Market.  Prior to Sprouts, Shawn was SVP, Marketing at Target Corporation, leading paid, owned, and earned media for the enterprise, including media strategy, public relations, events and lifestyle marketing, strategic partnerships, and all traditional, digital, social and direct-to-guest channels.  In previous marketing roles at Target, he led Brand marketing, Storewide and Seasonal campaigns, Agency management, and Marketing finance, production and technology teams.

Shawn joined Target as Director, New Business Development in 2003 and was promoted to VP, Product Design & Development at Target Financial Services.  He led the de novo start up of Target Bank, serving as the first President for that enterprise.  He also led Financial Product Planning and Development and led the design and launch of Target’s debit card product.

Prior to Target, Shawn worked in various roles within structured finance, insurance, banking and consulting, beginning his career with KPMG after earning his bachelor’s degree in accounting from University of Wisconsin–Eau Claire. Shawn was VP, Assistant Treasurer for Green Tree Financial Corporation (Conseco Finance) and led their commercial paper program and asset-based funding conduits, syndicated banking lines and structured-finance securitization across numerous asset classes.  Shawn also served as CFO and CEO of Conseco’s bank, Mill Creek Bank in Salt Lake City UT, prior to joining Target.

Shawn served on the board of directors for one•n•ten in Phoenix AZ from 2016 through 2022 and for Avenues for Youth in Minneapolis MN from 2008 through 2016.

Lou Goodman
Board Member

Lou served as a volunteer mentor in one-n-ten’s Youth Education and Success (YES) program before joining the Board.  He is a consultant in the field of juvenile justice, having retired from the Arizona Department of Juvenile Corrections (ADJC), where he held several executive level positions, including Chief Hearing Officer, Assistant Director for Legal Services, and Assistant Director for Support Services.  Before joining ADJC, Lou was an attorney with a small civil litigation law firm.

Lou also serves as a pro tem justice of the peace in Maricopa County, and he is an adjunct faculty member at Estrella Mountain Community College, where he teaches Juvenile Justice Procedures.   He earned his BA at The Ohio State University and his JD at The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law.  Lou is passionate about serving youth and particularly one-n-ten youth, and he is honored to be on the Board.

Dr. Floyd H. Hardin, III
Board Member

Dr. Floyd H. Hardin, III is currently serving in the role of the Executive Officer of Equity and College Relations.  In this role Dr. Hardin’s duties encompass both the responsibilities of Chief of staff and that of the Chief Diversity Officer for the organization.

Preceding his current role, Dr. Hardin served as Rio Salado College’s Senior Officer of Outreach, Inclusion and Strategic Partnerships.  He operated as the institution’s primary contact for national partnership opportunities, educational transfer partners to support college-university transfer pathways and B2B partnerships to support revenue generating goals, industry and college-to-career pathway projects.

Dr. Hardin earned his Doctorate in Organizational Leadership from Pepperdine University; Master’s Degree in Educational Psychology from Arizona State University; and holds a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Humanities Studies from Morehouse College.

Dr. Hardin is proud to be an educational service provider, and works every day to personify the quote by Marian Wright Edelman, “Service is the rent we pay for being. It is the very purpose of life, and not merely something you do in your spare time.”

Shelley Hummon
Board Member
Nikki Khraizat
Board Member
Tracy Nadzieja
Board Member

Tracy Nadzieja was appointed to the Maricopa County Superior Court bench in 2018 becoming the first transgender judicial officer in Arizona and only the third in the United States.  She is currently presiding over one of the Court’s criminal divisions.  Prior to her judicial appointment, Tracy practiced law in Phoenix for nearly 25 years representing major insurance companies, Arizona municipalities and constructions design professionals.  She was recognized as a Southwest SuperLawyer (2015-2018).  She earned both her B.S. (Political Science) and J.D. degrees at Arizona State University.

Tracy has had the opportunity to speak to diverse audiences around the country educating them about issues facing the transgender community.  In her spare time, Tracy serves as a regional volunteer of Kappa Kappa Gamma, a collegiate women’s fraternity and enjoys playing competitive softball.

Dom Sims
Board Member

Dom Sims has been in the banking industry for 13 years where he spent most of his career in branch management. Dom currently works at U.S. Bank as a Performance Excellence Specialist where he actively partners with market and district leaders by curating and executing targeted plans to address performance improvement.

Dom also served as Arizona’s Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Champion at U.S. Bank and currently serves as the Geographic Lead for the Spectrum LGBTQ+ employee resource group in Arizona. Additionally, Dom launched the Black Heritage virtual chapter as VP and now serves on the newly formed Black Heritage Global Board as the Grow Director where he is involved in the execution of the bank’s strategy around Black employees, including the creation of the first Employee Wellness Support Circle for Black employees and allies.

Outside of banking, Dom has a passion for mental health awareness and holds an undergraduate degree in Psychology from Arizona State University and is currently working on his Master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Grand Canyon University where he is currently interning as a Behavioral Health Clinician at the Southwest Center. It is his goal to help break the stigma of mental health not only in a professional environment, but with the LGBTQ+ community as well as communities of color specifically. Dom also likes to explore the crossover between psychology and leadership, using behavioral science and organizational psychology to drive human performance.

Michael Soto
Board Member

Michael S.C. Soto is a political strategist and social justice scholar. His clients include One Community, where he works as the Chief Advocacy Officer and the Equality and Fairness Campaign. He is delighted to serve the Arizona LGBTQ+ community on the one-n-ten and Equality Arizona boards. Michael is a long-time leader in the LGBTQ+ movement in Arizona and the nation.

He is a graduate of ASU with a Bachelor of Arts in Women and Gender Studies and a Master of Science in Justice Studies. Michael is currently a PhD student in Justice Studies at ASU, where his studies focus on pluralism as the antidote to political polarization and extremism. He believes to his core that justice is a lifelong process and hopes to make some meaningful contribution to creating a more just society during his lifetime.

Manny Soto-Griego
Board Member

Manny Soto-Griego, RHIA – is a health information management (HIM) professional with over 31 years of healthcare experience in healthcare consulting, revenue cycle operations, electronic health record (EHR) applications, document management, and project management. Manny has served in administrative, interim management, and consulting capacities within large academic and urban hospitals. His experience in the healthcare industry has focused on improving operational and financial performance in a variety of healthcare settings. Manny is the HIM Director for Maricopa Integrated Health System (MIHS) in Phoenix, Arizona. MIHS includes the Maricopa Medical Center, Arizona Burn Center, Level 1 Adult and Pediatric Trauma Centers, Arizona Children’s Center, two behavioral health centers, Comprehensive Healthcare Center with over 70 Specialty and Sub-Specialty services, McDowell Healthcare Center for persons with HIV/AIDS and 12 Community oriented Family Health Centers. Manny also serves on the Board of the Arizona Health Information Management Association with over 1,000 members, a component state association of the American Health Information Management Association with over 103,000 members

Sima Thakkar
Board Member

Sima Thakkar (She/hers) is a Investment Associate at the Raza Development Fund, a national Community Development Financial Institution focused on access to capital for underserved communities. Prior to this role she was a Regional Relationship Manager for PetSmart Charities, a leading funder of animal welfare initiatives in North America. In this role she oversees a grantmaking portfolio for the eastern part of the US, including 16 states and the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico. She is an Urban Planner with a Master of Regional Planning degree from Cornell University and over a decade of experience in affordable housing and community development initiatives. Prior to joining PetSmart Charities in 2016, she managed the City of San Diego’s Community Development Programs, including federal programs focused on affordable housing, economic development and homelessness programs.

Nate Rhoton, he/him
Chief Executive Officer

Nate Rhoton serves as the CEO for one-n-ten, an LGBTQ non-profit delivering youth services in Arizona. Joining the team in 2015, he served as the Director of Development followed by Director of Finance & Operations, before assuming his current role in January of 2018.

Following a career of fifteen years in corporate management and finance, Rhoton chose to serve the community with his nonprofit fundraising and development expertise. Serving for twelve years as the operations director and then CFO of a local construction company, he worked to expand corporate community involvement and non-discrimination protections to LGBTQ employees. Managing significant growth for the company, he saw early on the need for continued staff development and instituted training to increase retention and help new employees to assume higher paying roles within the company.

Born and raised in Arizona, Nate graduated from Flagstaff High School and then pursued a Bachelor of Science degree in economics from Arizona State University’s WP Carey School of Business graduating magna cum laude in 2000. Over the last decade, he has committed himself to nonprofit service, serving on the Arizona steering committee of the Human Rights Campaign, the board of the Greater Phoenix Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce, The Melonhead Foundation, and as co-chair of the board of directors for Equality Arizona. Currently he serves as the chair of the Human Relations Commission for the City of Phoenix, vice chair of Leading for Change, and on the LGBTQ Advisory to the Chancellor of Maricopa County Community Colleges.

In his free time, he loves spending time with his Scottie-Golden, Sir William.