I am a former undergraduate admissions officer at Georgetown University. I am currently pursuing my Master of Education in Higher Education Student Affairs, at Loyola University Chicago. I graduated Cum Laude from the University of Richmond, with a BA in Philosophy, Political Science, Economics, and Law (PPEL).
Before my time at Georgetown, I worked at an education non-profit guiding first-generation college students through the college application process. In addition to my job, I volunteered for two college access scholarship programs, assisting them in selecting their scholarship recipients. My passion for supporting first-generation college students began while at the University of Richmond, where I ran a college access program in selected Richmond high schools.
My experience on both the high school and college sides of admissions, allows me to assist students in finding the best fit schools and guide them on ways to strengthen their applications. I recognize the importance of making personal connections with students, to better understand their interests and what they want from their college experience. Developing those connections allows me to best serve the student by empowering and guiding them towards success.
In my free time I like to cook, travel, attend stand-up comedy shows, and spend time with friends and family. I am also an active person, and enjoy running on Chicago’s beautiful Lakeshore Path, high intensity interval training workouts, and yoga.