Project manager, former police officer and state investigator, runner, Texas A&M Aggie, BBQ snob, dad, husband
Likes: Coffee, craft beer, live music, grace, Southern manners
Dislikes: Yard work, busy weekends, mushrooms, folding a fitted sheet
Aaron and his wife Casey were first licensed as foster parents in 2017. They’ve since welcomed five beautiful children into their home and truly believe that God has called them into the ministry of foster care. They believe in reunification and by the grace of God, they have been able to continue the relationship with their former foster daughter, her mother, and her sisters and view them as an extension of their family. They have one daughter, adopted in October of 2019.
Aaron has spent six years as a project manager, currently working for OpenGov, Inc. Prior to project management, he was a police officer in Bryan, TX and a state police investigator with the Office of the Attorney General of Texas. His experience as a police officer, having worked child sex trafficking and internet crimes against children cases, and as a foster parent guides how he hopes to represent both foster parents and children in the child welfare system.
He believes that all good days should include music, BBQ, and his yellow lab, June Carter.