Growing up, Hubert never really knew what his future career would be; however, even then, writing has always been a part of his life.
Hubert, like most other boys his age, believed he would be a professional athlete or an owner of a major sports team. With all these lofty dreams floating way above his head, he began to write. And, with that first Young Author's award, he realized the power of his words.
Since then, Hubert has written any chance he can. As sports editor and editor-in-chief of his high school paper, journalism grew from an interest to an obsession. Majoring in journalism and social studies education, Hubert immersed himself in writing academic research papers and in-depth news and human interest articles. He has worked as both a paid and unpaid professional journalist with student and circulated publications. As an educator, he uses these skills daily, helping both high school and junior high students develop their own writing, through research, non-fiction and creative writing pieces. Seeking even greater opportunities to write, this love has carried over into other jobs. When working as a political intern at multiple levels, he was able to use his talents to write press releases and engage with staff and other elected officials.
While writing isn't Hubert's full-time job, his undeniable passion for writing has led him to seek freelance opportunities with multiple publications in an attempt to continue to perfect the craft that began long ago.