I am also a Resident Advisor, a Writing Fellow at the Center for Writing and Speaking, and I am involved with the International Relations club.
I became a STAT leader because I greatly admired the people that I knew in the organization. I saw the group as a community of like-minded leaders who empowered each other to fulfill their potential. I was also drawn to the organization’s 3 pillars of community, philanthropy, and engagement. I was looking for a group where I could make a difference on campus, and STAT provided me with that opportunity! Being a STAT member has done a lot for me as an individual, including enhancing my leadership abilities, and has provided me with invaluable access to the alumni network and the administration. Because of STAT, I am now in contact with countless lawyers who are mentoring me. After Ursinus, I plan to attend law school. Currently, I am interested in human rights, first amendment, criminal, and constitutional law. I fully see myself working in the public interest sector!
I have been involved with nearly all of our STAT events, including: Founder’s Day, Alumni Weekend, Philanthropy Week, Spirit Week, Homecoming, and Celebration of Lights. I think Celebration is one of my favorite events because it fosters acceptance and comradery. I also really Alumni Weekend because of the opportunities to network with alumni and hear their stories of how Ursinus has changed throughout the decades. The stories are often heartwarming and hilarious!