Born in the southeast side of San Diego, Tevon went on to achieve his goal of becoming an automation engineer. Along the way, he achieved recognition with a scholarship from the Urban League for his work with getting students excited about stem learning. In high school he began mentoring students at an after school community center and working on robotic projects like drone technology for National Geographic. While in college, he honed his professional skills by attaining internships at Toyota Manufacturing and as a sustainability officer for UCSD's electrical vehicle charging infrastructure. Now, he travels the world to build and install aerospace automation equipment for manufactures like Airbus and Boeing.