Montgomery United, the transition organization of Mayor Steven L. Reed, is being led by a dynamic and diverse group of citizens who were selected by the Mayor to review the status of various government agencies, review national best practices and develop local solutions to solve some of the more recalcitrant problems facing our city.

Transition Team Co-Chairs

John Mazyck is principal and owner of The Frazer Lanier Company. A graduate of Woodberry Forest School, Vanderbilt University (BS) and Auburn University at Montgomery (MBA), John’s experience includes leadership roles on several boards, including the Business Council of Alabama, the Montgomery Area Chamber of Commerce, the Committee of Control of the Committee of 100, the Jackson Hospital Foundation, Peabody College (Vanderbilt University), and the Montgomery Community Development Foundation. In 2019, John was elected to serve on the Board of Inlet Beach Water System, Inc. John is a graduate of Leadership Alabama.
Vanzetta Penn McPherson retired from her merit appointment as a United States Magistrate Judge in 2006. During her active service in the United States District Court for the Middle District of Alabama, Judge McPherson managed civil and criminal caseloads as well as prisoner and social security cases.

An honor graduate of Howard University and a graduate of Columbia University and Columbia Law School, Judge McPherson began law practice at the New York office of Hughes, Hubbard & Reed, followed by two years as an Alabama Assistant Attorney General, and 16 years in solo practice in Montgomery. Her private practice focused upon constitutional and employment litigation in the federal trial and appellate courts and domestic litigation in the Alabama state and appellate courts. She is a former president of the Alabama Lawyers Association and the Montgomery Chapter of the Federal Bar Association. She presently serves on the Montgomery Advertiser’s editorial board and the boards of the Alabama Heritage Foundation and the Alabama Shakespeare Festival. She is a member of Class I of Leadership Montgomery (whose Steering Committee she chaired in 1986) and Class XX of Leadership Alabama.

Transition Committee

Jake Aronov serves as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the Aronov Corporation, a diversified company whose principal activities are the development, ownership and management of real estate properties in fourteen states and include retail centers, apartment communities, high rise condominium buildings, offices and warehouses – and in Montgomery the development of residential areas housing over 10,000 families. Through its subsidiaries, the company also brokers the sale and rental of commercial and residential property and provides risk management services through Aronov Insurance, Inc. and the Alabama Insurance Alliance.

Mr. Aronov has served as a board member or as an officer of the Alabama Shakespeare Festival, Regions Bank- Central Alabama, Landmarks Foundation, Emory University Board of Visitors, University of Alabama President’s Cabinet, the National Symphony, AIPAC National Council, Atlanta Scholars Kollel, and Congregation Agudath Israel-Etz Ahayem.

Lori David Boone is a graduate of the University of Montevallo where she majored in English and Journalism. She received her Juris Doctorate from the University of Alabama School of Law. After becoming a member of the Alabama State Bar in 1996 she worked in both the private and public sectors. She is currently a REALTOR in the River Region area.

Lori is a philanthropist who supports local 501(c)(3) organizations that focus on education through the Lori and LaBarron Boone Education Foundation. She is married to Attorney LaBarron Boone. They are the proud parents of two teenagers, Micah and Logan, who are both students at LAMP High School.

Katie Boyd Britt attended The University of Alabama and earned a B.A. in Political Science and Blount Liberal Arts. Upon graduation she moved to Washington, DC, to work for United States Senator Richard Shelby. She began as his Deputy Press Secretary and ultimately became his Press Secretary, serving as the head of his press department. After working on the Hill, she served as Special Assistant to the President for University of Alabama President, Robert E. Witt.

Katie went on to earn her law degree at The University of Alabama School of Law. Following
graduation, Katie practiced law at Butler Snow LLP in both Birmingham and Montgomery, Alabama. In November 2015, she took a leave of absence from the practice of law to serve as Deputy Campaign Manager and Communications Director for Senator Shelby’s most recent reelection campaign.

In August of 2016, Katie became Chief of Staff to Senator Shelby. Katie worked to develop bipartisan relationships with lawmakers, top committee and leadership staff, and stakeholders to successfully negotiate complex issues and legislation. She directed long-term legislative strategy, plans, and tactics – including all Alabama appropriations issues.

In January of 2019, Katie was selected as President and CEO of the Business Council of Alabama, where she is working to build coalitions and promote unity among the Alabama business community. She is also working to build bridges with elected officials and policymakers at the local, state, and federal levels to support pro-business, pro-economic growth policies that support all sectors of Alabama’s economy: industrial, commercial, small business, tech, and health care entrepreneurs.

Brian C. Gary, MD, FACS is a native of Montgomery, Alabama. Born and raised in the River region, he is a product of the Montgomery Public School System, where both of his parents were educators. Dr. Gary went on to obtain his undergraduate degree from Tuskegee University and his Medical Degree from Meharry Medical College in Nashville, Tennessee. From there he received his surgical training at the Medical University of South
Carolina.

Dr. Gary moved back home to Montgomery, Alabama bringing all of his years of education and training to serve the Capital City community. He has been on staff at Jackson Hospital since 2006 where he has served in many capacities, including former Chief of Surgery, and currently, Chief of Robotic and Minimally Invasive Surgery. He is a board certified general surgeon and a fellow of the American College of Surgeons.

Dr. Gary is involved locally and shares his time and resources through serving on several local and state boards. He serves on the Alabama State Board of Prosthetists and Orthotists, as well as the Masters level program at Alabama State University. He is involved locally with the YMCA, Bridge Builders, Valiant Cross Academy, and The Montgomery Academy. He routinely speaks to and hosts students from Montgomery Public schools for STEM labs, medical lectures, and also mini internships. Thus, providing opportunities to expose youth to the fields of medicine and science.

Dr. Gary is a member of Dexter Avenue King Memorial Baptist church where he serves as a Deacon and member of the usher board. He is also a life member of Kappa Alpha Psi, Fraternity, Inc..

Dr. Gary’s wife of 17 years is Helen, and his two children are Claire Elise (13) and Brian (Deuce) Jr. (9). In his spare time he enjoys golf, exercising, reading, traveling, and coaching.

Lance Hunter has been CEO of Hodges Warehouse & Logistics for 19 years. During that period, the company has expanded from its origins in real estate investments to a major third-party logistics and trucking firm in Central Alabama. The company was recently recognized as Service Supplier of the year by the Alabama Automotive Manufacturers Association.

Lance has experience with companies that include Berkshire Hathaway and Raymond James Financial and received a BS degree in Accounting from the University of Florida and an MBA from Harvard Business School.

Ashley Jernigan is the founder and principal of JDB Hospitality, LLC; a hospitality and
public relations firm specializing in building the brands of people, places, and products
through event management, marketing, and media development. Currently, she serves as the project manager for the state of Alabama’s Bicentennial celebration and the opening of Montgomery’s Voting Rights Interpretive Center coming in 2020. In addition to running her firm, Ashley is a faculty trainer for Troy University’s Continuing Education and Outreach program teaching courses on diversity, interpersonal communication, management, and leadership.

Ashley obtained her bachelor’s degree in public relations from Alabama State University and earned her MBA from Georgia State University. From 2012 to 2018 she directed all marketing and community relations efforts for one of the largest restaurant and property management companies in the River Region before launching her own firm.

Currently, she serves on the board for the State of Alabama’s Tourism Department, Central Alabama Community Foundation, Downtown Business Association, Montgomery Public Arts Council, and the Public Affairs Research Council of Alabama Roundtable.

Tom Methvin is managing attorney of the Beasley Allen Law Firm. Born in Eufaula, Alabama, Tom graduated from the University of Alabama with a degree in corporate finance. He then earned his law degree from Cumberland School of Law in Birmingham, Alabama. He began his legal career at Beasley Allen that same year. Tom’s family has served as lawyers, judges and other elected officials in Alabama for over 200 years. He always knew he wanted to be an attorney.

Tom was the lead lawyer in a landmark predatory lending case involving a door-to-door sales and finance scams. The verdict of $581 million is the largest predatory lending verdict in American history. Consumer advocates hailed this verdict because as a result of this litigation, the defendant finance company shut down its business in the state of Alabama.

Tom has been an active member of the Alabama State Bar Association, serving on the Board of Bar Commissioners for nine years and the Executive Council for two years. He became president of the Alabama State Bar in July 2009, where he served through July 2010. While bar president, Tom focused on Access to Justice and increasing pro bono services to those in need.

Tom currently serves on the Board of Directors for the Montgomery Area Chamber of Commerce and is a graduate of Leadership Alabama Class XVIII.

Boyd Stephens is a community steward instrumental in I-85 Cyber Corridor Initiative. For nearly two decades Boyd has had the privilege to launch and successfully sustain a series of Alabama based technology firms. Currently, his primary focus is upon the operations and day to day activity of Netelysis, a tech company focused on the Internetworking data analytic space.

From January 2014 – December 2018 Boyd was part of a team which conducted an all-encompassing series of entrepreneurial and tech start-up community building experiments. During this period of time, he and his team tested and probed practically every segment of the Central Alabama regional tech talent pool, the general community’s technology interest and awareness, and the respective institutions’ entrepreneurial development training facilities and processes. This effort led to over 250 entrepreneurs being trained and mentored. The results of this research led Boyd and another principal to launch I85 Cyber Corridor Initiative which is an effort driven to help create and sustain the systems, services, infrastructure, and relationships necessary for a robust tech start-up and entrepreneurial ecosystem throughout Central Alabama.

Dr. Carl A. Stockton is the sixth Chancellor of Auburn University at Montgomery (AUM), having assumed the office July 1, 2016, at the invitation of the Auburn University Board of Trustees. During Dr. Stockton’s tenure, the university’s enrollment has grown to its highest total in the last six years as the student population has exceeded 5,200 in fall 2018 and 2019.

In his 35 years in higher education, as both administrator and faculty member, Dr. Stockton has raised more than $100 million in grants and capital support. His leadership and support have increased degree offerings for students and research and professional development opportunities for faculty as well as cultivated partnerships with industry and international universities.

Dr. Stockton has successfully managed continuous growth and high achievement. While serving as Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs of the University of Houston-Clear Lake — the post he held from 2007 until joining AUM — Dr. Stockton grew enrollment by 18 percent, a university record. He also led the university to earn the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching Community Engagement Classification in both Curricular Engagement and Outreach Partnerships and membership on the President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll. He has also encouraged and facilitated faculty engagement with the Fulbright Scholars Program.

In addition to his progressive levels of achievement as an educator, researcher and author, and administrator, Dr. Stockton’s accomplishments are also marked by active professional and community involvement. He has served as a board member for a variety of nonprofits in Alabama’s River Region, including Child Protect, the Children’s Advocacy Center, the Alabama Shakespeare Festival and the YMCA Metro.

Laurie Jean Weil, D.V.M. is a native of Montgomery and a graduate of Smith College and Tuskegee University’s School of Veterinary Medicine. She and her husband, Dr. Tommy Wool, have five children and three grandchildren.

Laurie founded Camp Sunshine for Girls. With Kathy Sawyer, she directed Camp Sunshine for Girls for twenty-nine years and co-founded Camp Sunshine for Boys.

Laurie trained with the National Coalition Building Institute to work with groups on welcoming diversity. With Sophia Bracy Harris, she co-founded Interchange, a community-building process sponsored by Leadership Montgomery. She was a member of Leadership Montgomery Class III and Leadership Alabama Class III.

Laurie has served on the boards of the Central Alabama Community Foundation, Dexter Avenue King Memorial Foundation, Envision 2020, Family Sunshine Center, The Montgomery Academy, Tukabatchee Area Council of the Boy Scouts of America, and River Region United Way. She is a founding director of the Judge Frank M. Johnson, Jr. Institute.

Laurie recently served a five-year term as Chairman of the Alabama Shakespeare Festival Board and also has served as the board chairman of the Jewish Federation of Central Alabama, Leadership Montgomery, Huntingdon College and the Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts.

David Whitlow is the 66th president of the Alabama State University’s Student Government Association. Born in Montgomery, Whitlow spent much of his childhood in Detroit, Michigan, where he graduated from Jefferson Davis High School as a dual-sport athlete. Whitlow is currently a senior at ASU studying English and Secondary Education.

Prior to being elected SGA President, Whitlow was a quarterback on the ASU football team for three years and served as Marketing Coordinator at Aramark on the ASU campus.

Upon graduation in the spring of 2020, Whitlow plans to become a high school English instructor and dual sports coach on the high school level. He ultimately wants to become an ESPN sports analyst. Whitlow is also a member of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc.

Montgomery United, the transition organization of Mayor Steven L. Reed, is being led by a dynamic and diverse group of citizens who were selected by the Mayor to review the status of various government agencies, review national best practices and develop local solutions to solve some of the more recalcitrant problems facing our city.

Transition Team Co-Chairs

John Mazyck is principal and owner of The Frazer Lanier Company. A graduate of Woodberry Forest School, Vanderbilt University (BS) and Auburn University at Montgomery (MBA), John’s experience includes leadership roles on several boards, including the Business Council of Alabama, the Montgomery Area Chamber of Commerce, the Committee of Control of the Committee of 100, the Jackson Hospital Foundation, Peabody College (Vanderbilt University), and the Montgomery Community Development Foundation. In 2019, John was elected to serve on the Board of Inlet Beach Water System, Inc. John is a graduate of Leadership Alabama.
Vanzetta Penn McPherson retired from her merit appointment as a United States Magistrate Judge in 2006. During her active service in the United States District Court for the Middle District of Alabama, Judge McPherson managed civil and criminal caseloads as well as prisoner and social security cases.

An honor graduate of Howard University and a graduate of Columbia University and Columbia Law School, Judge McPherson began law practice at the New York office of Hughes, Hubbard & Reed, followed by two years as an Alabama Assistant Attorney General, and 16 years in solo practice in Montgomery. Her private practice focused upon constitutional and employment litigation in the federal trial and appellate courts and domestic litigation in the Alabama state and appellate courts. She is a former president of the Alabama Lawyers Association and the Montgomery Chapter of the Federal Bar Association. She presently serves on the Montgomery Advertiser’s editorial board and the boards of the Alabama Heritage Foundation and the Alabama Shakespeare Festival. She is a member of Class I of Leadership Montgomery (whose Steering Committee she chaired in 1986) and Class XX of Leadership Alabama.

Transition Committee

Jake Aronov serves as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the Aronov Corporation, a diversified company whose principal activities are the development, ownership and management of real estate properties in fourteen states and include retail centers, apartment communities, high rise condominium buildings, offices and warehouses – and in Montgomery the development of residential areas housing over 10,000 families. Through its subsidiaries, the company also brokers the sale and rental of commercial and residential property and provides risk management services through Aronov Insurance, Inc. and the Alabama Insurance Alliance.

Mr. Aronov has served as a board member or as an officer of the Alabama Shakespeare Festival, Regions Bank- Central Alabama, Landmarks Foundation, Emory University Board of Visitors, University of Alabama President’s Cabinet, the National Symphony, AIPAC National Council, Atlanta Scholars Kollel, and Congregation Agudath Israel-Etz Ahayem.

Lori David Boone is a graduate of the University of Montevallo where she majored in English and Journalism. She received her Juris Doctorate from the University of Alabama School of Law. After becoming a member of the Alabama State Bar in 1996 she worked in both the private and public sectors. She is currently a REALTOR in the River Region area.

Lori is a philanthropist who supports local 501(c)(3) organizations that focus on education through the Lori and LaBarron Boone Education Foundation. She is married to Attorney LaBarron Boone. They are the proud parents of two teenagers, Micah and Logan, who are both students at LAMP High School.

Katie Boyd Britt attended The University of Alabama and earned a B.A. in Political Science and Blount Liberal Arts. Upon graduation she moved to Washington, DC, to work for United States Senator Richard Shelby. She began as his Deputy Press Secretary and ultimately became his Press Secretary, serving as the head of his press department. After working on the Hill, she served as Special Assistant to the President for University of Alabama President, Robert E. Witt.

Katie went on to earn her law degree at The University of Alabama School of Law. Following graduation, Katie practiced law at Butler Snow LLP in both Birmingham and Montgomery, Alabama. In November 2015, she took a leave of absence from the practice of law to serve as Deputy Campaign Manager and Communications Director for Senator Shelby’s most recent reelection campaign.

In August of 2016, Katie became Chief of Staff to Senator Shelby. Katie worked to develop bipartisan relationships with lawmakers, top committee and leadership staff, and stakeholders to successfully negotiate complex issues and legislation. She directed long-term legislative strategy, plans, and tactics – including all Alabama appropriations issues.

In January of 2019, Katie was selected as President and CEO of the Business Council of Alabama, where she is working to build coalitions and promote unity among the Alabama business community. She is also working to build bridges with elected officials and policymakers at the local, state, and federal levels to support pro-business, pro-economic growth policies that support all sectors of Alabama’s economy: industrial, commercial, small business, tech, and health care entrepreneurs.

Brian C. Gary, MD, FACS is a native of Montgomery, Alabama. Born and raised in the River region, he is a product of the Montgomery Public School System, where both of his parents were educators. Dr. Gary went on to obtain his undergraduate degree from Tuskegee University and his Medical Degree from Meharry Medical College in Nashville, Tennessee. From there he received his surgical training at the Medical University of South Carolina.

Dr. Gary moved back home to Montgomery, Alabama bringing all of his years of education and training to serve the Capital City community. He has been on staff at Jackson Hospital since 2006 where he has served in many capacities, including former Chief of Surgery, and currently, Chief of Robotic and Minimally Invasive Surgery. He is a board certified general surgeon and a fellow of the American College of Surgeons.

Dr. Gary is involved locally and shares his time and resources through serving on several local and state boards. He serves on the Alabama State Board of Prosthetists and Orthotists, as well as the Masters level program at Alabama State University. He is involved locally with the YMCA, Bridge Builders, Valiant Cross Academy, and The Montgomery Academy. He routinely speaks to and hosts students from Montgomery Public schools for STEM labs, medical lectures, and also mini internships. Thus, providing opportunities to expose youth to the fields of medicine and science.

Dr. Gary is a member of Dexter Avenue King Memorial Baptist church where he serves as a Deacon and member of the usher board. He is also a life member of Kappa Alpha Psi, Fraternity, Inc..

Dr. Gary’s wife of 17 years is Helen, and his two children are Claire Elise (13) and Brian (Deuce) Jr. (9). In his spare time he enjoys golf, exercising, reading, traveling, and coaching.

Lance Hunter has been CEO of Hodges Warehouse & Logistics for 19 years. During that period, the company has expanded from its origins in real estate investments to a major third-party logistics and trucking firm in Central Alabama. The company was recently recognized as Service Supplier of the year by the Alabama Automotive Manufacturers Association.

Lance has experience with companies that include Berkshire Hathaway and Raymond James Financial and received a BS degree in Accounting from the University of Florida and an MBA from Harvard Business School.

Ashley Jernigan is the founder and principal of JDB Hospitality, LLC; a hospitality and public relations firm specializing in building the brands of people, places, and products through event management, marketing, and media development. Currently, she serves as the project manager for the state of Alabama’s Bicentennial celebration and the opening of Montgomery’s Voting Rights Interpretive Center coming in 2020. In addition to running her firm, Ashley is a faculty trainer for Troy University’s Continuing Education and Outreach program teaching courses on diversity, interpersonal communication, management, and leadership.

Ashley obtained her bachelor’s degree in public relations from Alabama State University and earned her MBA from Georgia State University. From 2012 to 2018 she directed all marketing and community relations efforts for one of the largest restaurant and property management companies in the River Region before launching her own firm.

Currently, she serves on the board for the State of Alabama’s Tourism Department, Central Alabama Community Foundation, Downtown Business Association, Montgomery Public Arts Council, and the Public Affairs Research Council of Alabama Roundtable.

Tom Methvin is managing attorney of the Beasley Allen Law Firm. Born in Eufaula, Alabama, Tom graduated from the University of Alabama with a degree in corporate finance. He then earned his law degree from Cumberland School of Law in Birmingham, Alabama. He began his legal career at Beasley Allen that same year. Tom’s family has served as lawyers, judges and other elected officials in Alabama for over 200 years. He always knew he wanted to be an attorney.

Tom was the lead lawyer in a landmark predatory lending case involving a door-to-door sales and finance scams. The verdict of $581 million is the largest predatory lending verdict in American history. Consumer advocates hailed this verdict because as a result of this litigation, the defendant finance company shut down its business in the state of Alabama.

Tom has been an active member of the Alabama State Bar Association, serving on the Board of Bar Commissioners for nine years and the Executive Council for two years. He became president of the Alabama State Bar in July 2009, where he served through July 2010. While bar president, Tom focused on Access to Justice and increasing pro bono services to those in need.

Tom currently serves on the Board of Directors for the Montgomery Area Chamber of Commerce and is a graduate of Leadership Alabama Class XVIII.


Boyd Stephens is a community steward instrumental in I-85 Cyber Corridor Initiative. For nearly two decades Boyd has had the privilege to launch and successfully sustain a series of Alabama based technology firms. Currently, his primary focus is upon the operations and day to day activity of Netelysis, a tech company focused on the Internetworking data analytic space.

From January 2014 – December 2018 Boyd was part of a team which conducted an all-encompassing series of entrepreneurial and tech start-up community building experiments. During this period of time, he and his team tested and probed practically every segment of the Central Alabama regional tech talent pool, the general community’s technology interest and awareness, and the respective institutions’ entrepreneurial development training facilities and processes. This effort led to over 250 entrepreneurs being trained and mentored. The results of this research led Boyd and another principal to launch I85 Cyber Corridor Initiative which is an effort driven to help create and sustain the systems, services, infrastructure, and relationships necessary for a robust tech start-up and entrepreneurial ecosystem throughout Central Alabama.

Dr. Carl A. Stockton is the sixth Chancellor of Auburn University at Montgomery (AUM), having assumed the office July 1, 2016, at the invitation of the Auburn University Board of Trustees. During Dr. Stockton’s tenure, the university’s enrollment has grown to its highest total in the last six years as the student population has exceeded 5,200 in fall 2018 and 2019.

In his 35 years in higher education, as both administrator and faculty member, Dr. Stockton has raised more than $100 million in grants and capital support. His leadership and support have increased degree offerings for students and research and professional development opportunities for faculty as well as cultivated partnerships with industry and international universities.

Dr. Stockton has successfully managed continuous growth and high achievement. While serving as Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs of the University of Houston-Clear Lake — the post he held from 2007 until joining AUM — Dr. Stockton grew enrollment by 18 percent, a university record. He also led the university to earn the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching Community Engagement Classification in both Curricular Engagement and Outreach Partnerships and membership on the President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll. He has also encouraged and facilitated faculty engagement with the Fulbright Scholars Program.

In addition to his progressive levels of achievement as an educator, researcher and author, and administrator, Dr. Stockton’s accomplishments are also marked by active professional and community involvement. He has served as a board member for a variety of nonprofits in Alabama’s River Region, including Child Protect, the Children’s Advocacy Center, the Alabama Shakespeare Festival and the YMCA Metro.

Laurie Jean Weil, D.V.M. is a native of Montgomery and a graduate of Smith College and Tuskegee University’s School of Veterinary Medicine. She and her husband, Dr. Tommy Wool, have five children and three grandchildren.

Laurie founded Camp Sunshine for Girls. With Kathy Sawyer, she directed Camp Sunshine for Girls for twenty-nine years and co-founded Camp Sunshine for Boys.

Laurie trained with the National Coalition Building Institute to work with groups on welcoming diversity. With Sophia Bracy Harris, she co-founded Interchange, a community-building process sponsored by Leadership Montgomery. She was a member of Leadership Montgomery Class III and Leadership Alabama Class III.

Laurie has served on the boards of the Central Alabama Community Foundation, Dexter Avenue King Memorial Foundation, Envision 2020, Family Sunshine Center, The Montgomery Academy, Tukabatchee Area Council of the Boy Scouts of America, and River Region United Way. She is a founding director of the Judge Frank M. Johnson, Jr. Institute.

Laurie recently served a five-year term as Chairman of the Alabama Shakespeare Festival Board and also has served as the board chairman of the Jewish Federation of Central Alabama, Leadership Montgomery, Huntingdon College and the Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts.

David Whitlow is the 66th president of the Alabama State University’s Student Government Association. Born in Montgomery, Whitlow spent much of his childhood in Detroit, Michigan, where he graduated from Jefferson Davis High School as a dual-sport athlete. Whitlow is currently a senior at ASU studying English and Secondary Education.

Prior to being elected SGA President, Whitlow was a quarterback on the ASU football team for three years and served as Marketing Coordinator at Aramark on the ASU campus.

Upon graduation in the spring of 2020, Whitlow plans to become a high school English instructor and dual sports coach on the high school level. He ultimately wants to become an ESPN sports analyst. Whitlow is also a member of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc.