Students Today Alumni Tomorrow, International Relations Club
I am an outspoken believer in obtaining justice. I am hardworking, detail-oriented, ambitious, and independent. I fully intend to become an attorney, possibly specializing in human rights litigation. I am a closet nerd who loves sci-fi, reading, writing, and History Channel documentaries. My passions include coffee, chocolate, reading a good book, and photography.
Most Memorable Moment in Class
The first time that I answered a “Clark cold call” correctly during my first semester freshman year, it was mind-blowing. Also, my presentation on Quinoa in class, at CoSA, and at the GPASC Conference was pretty memorable #HistoryofRice
During the 2017 summer, I completed 2 internships. I worked at the Law Offices of Stanley J. Ellenberg in Philadelphia, and as a legislative intern for State Senator Daylin Leach
I have had an intellectually stimulating experience throughout my courses in the history department. The department has a family-like atmosphere that reflects the larger campus environment. I feel that the critical reading, independent research, in-depth writing, and uninhibited diction fostered by the history department will help me in my future academic and career endeavors.