Why I Came to Taylor
I remember my senior year of undergrad at Whitworth University in Spokane, Washington being the most exciting, bittersweet, joyous, and growing year. It was an extraordinary combination of looking towards the future and being present in the place I had called home for four years with people who were dear in my life. Campbell Hall is my first home in the Midwest and I am beyond ecstatic to live alongside the seniors that will fill these apartments.
Campbell Hall is a unique hall because it is a small apartment style hall allowing for a rare and beautiful opportunity to live independently in an apartment while simultaneously in community with individuals who are also asking "what's next?" With that I have three goals for this hall: 1. That it is a safe and vulnerable place full of laughter and joy as students embrace their last year through intentionality with friends, professors, and academics 2. Students are challenged and encouraged in their pursuit of life after Taylor 3. The sovereignty of God reigns as truth in the midst of excitement, adventure, uncertainty, and transition
While working as the Campbell Hall Director I will also be a part of the Masters of Arts in Higher Education (MAHE) program here at Taylor. I am enthusiastic about studying Student Development and combing it with my undergraduate degree in Speech Communication in order to further equip myself and continue to grow and work in Residence Life.