Beginning at the age of 13, I would mow the lawn at WKIA once a week. Although I’ve been around WKIA my entire life, it wasn’t until I finished an internship here the Summer of 2015 that I realized I wanted to be part of this outstanding team and part of my Grandfather’s legacy. I obtained my property and casualty insurance license and joined the agency in 2016 as a part-time Assistant Account Manager while learning the ropes. After graduating from the University of Tennessee with a degree in Communications in 2017, I am now taking on the role of a Producer bringing new clients into our agency. I am excited to be the third generation of Knights in this office and look forward to finding my role in the business that I’ve watched my Father and Grandfather build.

Although I’ve had many work opportunities, from mowing lawns and washing boats, to  selling fireworks and serving tables, the most rewarding position I’ve held was working with the Boy Scouts of America as a canoe guide in Ely, MN and Atikokan, Ontario for 2 summers. This allowed me to learn to be patient and diverse while teaching.

I enjoy most outdoor activities, but my favorites are traveling to Canada for a week-long canoe trip, catching Walley and Smallmouth Bass, and heading to South Louisiana every winter to hunt migratory waterfowl with my Father and Uncle.