MA, Educational Studies focusing in Peace Education, University of Cincinnati
BA,English Literature, University of Cincinnati
Certificates: Creative Writing, Fiction and Leadership
Hello! I’m excited to return to my alma mater here at the University of Cincinnati to work for an office that was so transformative for my own undergraduate experience. I spent the last four years working in residential education at another university in Washington D.C., and while there, I had the fantastic opportunity to see undergraduate students participate in politics, service and media on national and global levels. I look forward to bringing some of that knowledge and experience back here for my fellow Bearcats.
As an Assistant Director and Academic Advisor for the University Honors Program, I have the pleasure of working with some of the brightest and most driven students across the country. I continuously strive to share my enthusiasm for technology and research in everything I do.
I’m a native son of the great state of Ohio and I pride myself on passion for family, friends, and football. As a student, I had at one point majored in all of the following: Architecture, Mathematics, Physics, Philosophy, and Spanish while dabbling Women’s Studies. I was also involved as a resident assistant, a member of a social fraternity, an orientation leader, in Campus Ministry, the Women’s Center, and Cincinnatus. To say the least, my interests have and continue to be varied. My studies now focus on the implementation of electronic games, media, and technology in the learning process.
Ask me about…
- My ability to throw a wicked Frisbee
- Being a first-generation college student
- My love for technology and games
- Social networking and brand development
- My commitment to social justice
Advice for Students
Lean into the discomfort. If you’re comfortable, you’re probably not learning anything new or struggling to develop a skill. Learning is a life-long adventure, so while it’s ok to take a rest now and again, never settle. But also don’t be afraid to fail. It’s usually in our failures that we learn the most about ourselves.
A person who never made a mistake never tried anything new. – Albert Einstein
The privilege of a lifetime is to become who you truly are. – Carl Jung
Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter. – Martin Luther King, Jr.