I remember the first day of my freshmen year and feeling as though I was about to embark upon the most exciting four-year journey of my life. Throughout those years, I began to realize how passionate I am about working with students and helping them gain the most out of their four-year journeys. I believe working with college students is a God-given opportunity and I feel blessed to have this time to live alongside the students at Taylor University.
I grew up in a small suburban town in central Massachusetts and went an hour and a half east to obtain my undergraduate degree in Psychology from Gordon College in Wenham, Massachusetts. After graduating in May of 2012, I spent a year in Tijuana, Mexico, working as a live-in volunteer at an orphanage called Casa de la Esperanza.
I am currently in the MAHE (Master of Arts in Higher Education) program here at Taylor and serving as the Women’s Programming Graduate Assistant. Again, I feel very blessed to have this opportunity to develop relationships with the women on campus and to work with a wonderful cabinet of women to plan and execute the best possible events for our women at Taylor.