Trey has lived in DC for around six years, and in the Georgetown area for nearly three. He is originally from Oklahoma and made DC his future home for many years to come after falling in love with the people, city, and cultures. He is currently working as a policy fellow on Capitol Hill and spends most of his days either in the office or working from home on Cecil Place with his fiance Elaine. Aside from his genuine interest in improving and supporting the business and social communities in Georgetown, he has nearly 15 years of nonprofit experience- having held positions ranging from volunteer coordinator to head of business development, fundraising, and grant writing. During that time he was heavily involved in the rebranding, growth, and reinvigoration of my group called Oklahoma Adaptive Sports Association (OKASA), which provided athletic and social opportunities for adaptive athletes around the state. Trey's time with OKASA led to a tripling of our annual budget, 150% growth of our savings accounts and disposable income through fundraising, as well as enormous headway in their quest to build a massive adaptive sports facility in downtown Oklahoma City.