From the moment I learned about residence life at the beginning of my freshman year of college, a passion for higher education and student development started to grow deep within my soul. After serving as a resident assistant for three years at Huntington University, the Lord gently, yet firmly, guided me towards the Masters of Arts in Higher Education (MAHE) program near the end of my senior year. I believe there are vast avenues within higher education to engage students in relational ministry, providing many opportunities to help students feel known, heard, and loved.
I have the joy and privilege of serving the upperclassman in Campbell Hall and journeying with them as they seek to discover how they can best use their God-given gifts and passions to change the world.
During my time in this role, I have three desires for Campbell Hall. First, that it would provide a safe space for students to rest, work, and grow. Next, that each student would tangibly feel God’s peace, presence, and provision as they walk through the doors each day. Lastly, that each student would leave with a deeper sense of who God has called and created them to be beyond their time here at Taylor University.