Born and raised in New Rochelle, NY., Aaron was always taught to be a "Positive Person, Role-model and a Leader" by his parents. At the age of five, Aaron became a member of the Boys and Girls club and remained a member until his senior year in high school. During his time at the club, Aaron participated in and excelled in Track and Field, Basketball, Softball, Chess/Checkers Club, Pool and Table Tennis. He also received a Boys and Girls Club scholarship of $1,500 for college his senior year for his volunteer service throughout his years at the club.
After not earning a full scholarship to college immediately after high school, Aaron decided to attend SUNY Delhi, where he walked-on the basketball team, he was named "NJCAA's Player of the Year" which help earn him a Full Athletic Scholarship to Delaware State University. At Delaware State University, he helped his team get to the NCAA Tournament for the first (and still only) time in the school’s history by hitting the game-winning shot of the MEAC (Mid-East Atlantic Conference) tournament championship game against Hampton University. He graduated with a Bachelor's Degree in Business Management and Minor in Marketing.
Following College, he is renown for his work on the NYC Streetball circuit, where he was named nicknamed "The Problem." He has played professionally in the ABA (American Basketball Association), NBDL (National Basketball Development League), Canada, Dominican Republic, Russia and New Zealand. He has been employed with the Boys and Girls club since 2013/2014 and has been promoted through the ranks from YDP (Youth Development Professional), Teen Coordinator, Passport to Manhood program leader, Athletic Director and now the top position at his site, Clubhouse Director.