Griffith Littlehale is a quintessential Midwest Americana personality, having spent his formative years and growing up in Toledo, OH. He is a member of the Toledo Symphony Orchestra. He attended high school at St. Francis De Sales High School, where he graduated in 2018 with one of the greatest grade point averages in his class (rank eight). As a student-athlete, he was also actively involved in school athletics and was recognized as an All-American swimmer in 2017 and 2018. Griffith's graduation was significant for the fact that he received additional academic honors in addition to the normal class passage and completion certificates.

In college, Griffith has chosen psychology as his primary topic of study, with a special interest in clinical practice, as evidenced by his current 4.0-grade point average (PGA) while pursuing a bachelor's degree in the discipline at the University of Toledo. Griffith's outstanding success in early college was so notable that he was nominated for and received the President's Education Award for his outstanding first-year performance. A similar distinction was bestowed upon Griffith by both the Jesup Scott Honors College and the Kappa Psi Fraternity as a result of his outstanding academic performance.

Griffith's spiritual life has always been a part of his childhood and adolescence, so it's no surprise that the college student devotes a lot of his free time to helping others. During his high school years, he volunteered at local churches, helping with church activities and feeding the needy on a daily basis. Beyond religious work, Griffith has discovered ways to volunteer at United Way food drives and similar activities, and he is actively seeking new charitable opportunities to be engaged in during school vacations or his time off from school.
  • Toledo, Ohio
  • JoinedJanuary 10, 2022