When it comes to life, some people do much more than work and stay at home. They love to pursue their passions in their free time and serve as an inspiration to others as well. They are energetic, hardworking, bright, and open to ideas and everyone.
Mack Prioleau is one such inspirational individual who lives in Dallas, Texas, where he works in the commercial real estate industry with a focus on the industrial sector. In 2017, he graduated from Vanderbilt University after completing his BA in Economics and minors in Corporate Strategy and Financial Economics.
He was born in Berkeley, CA, and lived in the San Francisco Bay Area till he was eight years old. His family took a 10-month trip across the globe, where they visited 19 nations. During this trip, he picked up various skills like surfing and learning Spanish.
He appreciates cultures from across the world as he had experienced them from a very young age thanks to his adventures, especially when he was in South Africa studying in Cape Town. He loves to hike, fish, surf, and spend time with his beloved wife Lauren and his pet dog Bowie in his spare time.
Back in school, he was a good student and excelled in his class. He was inducted into the Cum Laude Society when he was in his junior year. Later on, when he went on to the senior classes, he spent more than one-month conducting field research on the local lake population. In the process, he estimated the population of fish along with their activity and eating patterns.
He was actively involved in sports and was elected as the team captain while he was a senior in school. He helped his team lead All Saints’ to a season with no defeats and win the state championship. He became a first-team all-conference linebacker and became the defensive MVP of his team.
Serving the community
Besides sports and school, he spent time teaching underprivileged children at the Como Community Center that is a recreational center in an impoverished neighborhood in Fort Worth. Here, he taught children sports, academics, and life values.
When the choice of choosing his college arose, he opted to join Vanderbilt for its unique combination of excellent academics, location, and the chance to play football in the SEC.
He played the sport as a freshman, and he contributed well to the team. He joined the traveling team for a game against the Texas A&M. He later earned his place in the Vanderbilt Football 3.0 Club after he got a GPA above 3.0 while the grueling season was underway.
Mack Prioleau has also performed well during his stint at Vanderbilt. He has successfully made it to the Dean’s list in three of the four semesters that he has completed to date. Besides academics and football, he has been elected to be a Member Educator for his fraternity. Along with the above, he has been successful certified under the “Green Dot” program to prevent sexual assaults.