Called To Run. Called To Serve. Willing To Go The Distance.
Where I Came From
I am a man of God who is here to serve, love, and protect my family along with my community. I attended Dupont Manual High School and played basketball while attending Spalding University & Bellarmine University in Louisville. I then left to play basketball professionally overseas in Europe, before returning home to the city.
The Man I Am Today
Devoted Husband and Father. I am a husband to my beautiful wife, Shelby Hall, and father to 4 little children Mya, Skyler, Journee, and Noah Hall.
A Dedicated Servant Leader
I am a Minister at Quinn Chapel, as well as a life coach and motivational speaker I run the youth programs and mentor at Goodwill Industries. I am a part of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity which is a brotherhood that stands on Culture for Service and Service for Humanity, along with being a board member of the Chestnut Street YMCA which allows me the opportunity to be an active member in our community.
Why I am Fighting
1000 murders in the past decade. 27 JCPS students murdered in the past year. Failing public schools where only 30% can read at grade level. Half of the worst rated schools in the entire state. I want a city that I can bring my 4 little children up in safely, proudly, and successfully.
Chartrael Hall brings $38.5 Million Dollar Economic Impact to the city of Louisville:
Two national girls basketball tournaments – Run for the Roses and Battle in the Boro – take to the courts in July at the Kentucky Exposition Center, with more than 1,200 teams competing. The tournaments are expected to draw 17,000 attendees and participants, and more than 1,000 college recruiters and 100 national media outlets.