Hi! I recently graduated from the School of Law at Washington University in St. Louis, where I was involved in various student organizations and academic research projects, and spent summers working for a federal court judge and a large law firm. While attending law school, I simultaneously worked for the admissions office at Columbia, where I reviewed applications and made admissions decisions to assemble the incoming freshman class.
Before law school, I worked for a number of years as a Senior Admissions Officer for Washington University, traveling the country to recruit talented high school students, evaluating tens of thousands of applications, overseeing the transfer student admissions process, and chairing scholarship committees. I also earned my undergraduate degree at Washington University, where I double majored in Finance and Accounting and served as a student government executive.
My parents instilled in me a passion for education at a young age, and the most common denominator between my work experiences and personal interests is opening the doors of the higher education community to diverse audiences. I’ve spent time working for a prominent higher education public policy organization in D.C. whose goal is to advocate for increased federal support to colleges and universities so that these institutions can live up to the highest of educational ideals.
I am so eager to work with applicants to present your most unique qualities positively to your future college home, so that when an admissions officer opens your application folder, that officer is thrilled to “meet” you! I attribute nearly all of the good things that have happened in my life to my experiences in higher education, and I sincerely hope to help you actualize your dreams in the same way. When I’m not reading legal texts, you can probably find me at a local trivia competition, jogging in St. Louis’s Forest Park while listening to bad 90s pop music, or writing bad opening lines for fiction books.