I developed my advising skills in the classroom as a teacher at The Lawrenceville School in Lawrenceville, New Jersey, and in the field as Assistant Director of Admissions at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland.
While serving at Johns Hopkins, I was one of three Diversity Coordinators representing multicultural students and Lead Advisor for the Baltimore Scholars Program – a program that focuses on outreach to qualified Baltimore City high school students and that encourages them to apply for admission to the University. Though my responsibilities were broad-reaching, I was also the Admissions office liaison to several student and athletic groups.
I love teaching and advising and have taught classes on topics ranging from Pre-history to the Modern Era.
In my free time I enjoy playing basketball, exercising, eating Korean BBQ and watching television and documentaries.