I am a Former Admission Reader for Stanford University, where I read and evaluated thousands of undergraduate applications. I am looking forward to working directly with students now to maximize their potential, hone their voice and open their eyes to the exciting worlds that undergraduate institutions offer.
I graduated summa cum laude from the College of William & Mary with a BA in Art/Art History, and minors in Anthropology and Japanese Studies. I was selected as one of four incoming freshmen to receive the 1693 Scholarship – the most prestigious scholarship offered at William & Mary, emphasizing student-led research and academic excellence. In my senior year, I was inducted into Phi Beta Kappa – the United States’ oldest honor society for liberal arts colleges, and I was also awarded the Martha Wren Briggs Scholarship for academic distinction in Art History.
I have experience in the music industry, where I’ve collaborated with independent musicians and record labels in building unique, robust and digitally focused marketing campaigns. I’ve also been an associate editor of Glide Magazine, and I began my career working in radio for WXPN 88.5FM – Philadelphia’s local NPR affiliate and host of “The World Café” with David Dye and “Fresh Air” with Terry Gross.
I am excited to be joining the InGenius team, and working directly with students who are looking to change the world.