Myles is a Yale Freshman who hails from Rye, New York. He attended the Ethical Culture Fieldston School, where he served as the student government secretary of diversity and activism, and led the Children’s Storefront club, a partnership between the Storefront Academy charter school in Harlem and his high school. Myles has always maintained a passion for service, and particularly enjoys working with kids and youth. He spent two summers as a camp counselor at Camp Becket in the Berkshires and looks forward to applying the skills he learned in mentoring and teaching through UIC.
Outside of UIC, Myles is a member of Shades of Yale, an a cappella group on campus, as well as Yale’s Black Men’s Union. Myles spends most of his free time listening to and composing music, and playing pick up basketball with friends. Myles’s academics interests include economics, neuroscience, Spanish, and music theory, however, as of now he plans on studying Economics and Music, with the hopes of someday finding a job in the music industry.
Fun Fact: Myles has performed on stage at the Apollo Theater.