Dylan was born and raised in Lawrenceburg. He received his degree from Ball State University and an associate degree in legal studies from Ivy Tech. Dylan has always focused on putting people first and has been driven to serve by his own personal experience with homelessness and poverty. Over the course of the pandemic, Dylan cared for his neighbors by sending out flyers about grant opportunities, providing book bags and school supplies to over 170 children in need, and showing up for union friends at Proximo, where he stood in solidarity with them and their right to organize.
Dylan, and his fiance Hannah, are caretakers to his two younger brothers to help his family members in their struggle with addiction, an issue critical in his decision to run and create a better community for his family and families like his.