From New York City to Chicago to the political capital of Washington D.C., Michael has always excelled in his businesses. He started when he came to America as a simple taxi driver in New York. He later owned a franchise at Super Shuttle, an airport shared-ride service. Then he worked in production at Farmland Food in Illinois, the world’s second largest meat production company moving his way up the management line.
Michael’s efforts have not gone unnoticed and recently led him to be appointed to Effective Fiscal and Public Policy Committee in Woodbury County, Sioux City, Iowa, where he has served for more than three years. The commission was responsible for the development of the budgetary policy, audits and other activities that affected the public. They also worked in strategic planning by formulating special projects as part of the department’s development while contributing to the review of financial forecast information.
Throughout all his work, Michael has worked to pursue the American dream and also help others in their pursuit. He became an American citizen in 1999. He is one of the pillars of the African community in the Siouxland. He encourages young brothers to come together as a community to support each other and lift each other up. Above all, he desires to do work that helps people better themselves, their families and their communities.