Isaiah is a wonderful partner and husband, and I know he will be a great father too. He’s always been very focused on taking care of those close to him, and people always know they can rely on him. He is kind but never a pushover, fighting for what he believes is right. He is incredibly thoughtful, always there to help his family and friends and being the ‘good advice’ guy for almost everyone he knows.
Isaiah grew up with one younger brother in a small, close-knit family in Arkansas. Isaiah loves to travel—a trait he inherited when his family took two- and three-week long annual summer vacations. He learned to cook from his mother and got his appreciation for music from his father. Both of his parents taught him the importance of education and character, and were actively involved with him in Boy Scouts; these are the wonderful values he will share with our children.
Isaiah received bachelors degrees in biology and psychology, and a masters degree in business administration. He spent time teaching in underserved areas of Memphis, but now he works in research finance at St Jude Children’s Research Hospital. He devotes part of his free time to volunteering for the Ronald McDonald House of Memphis.
Isaiah enjoys cycling, photography, gadgets, computers and traveling, and he can’t wait to include our children in these hobbies, along with following their interests too. He loves to read—keeping up with current events, technology and travel. When he has an interest, he researches it with passion and loves to share his knowledge. He has a special knack for teaching kids. He taught his nephew how to play the video game Angry Birds when he was three. I know any child he cares for will enjoy having fun while learning too.