I aspire to empower students who struggled academically in high school (“at-risk”) or those who have faced challenges in their lives that have led them on a non-traditional path (first-generation, low income, independent). Supporting students in transition or just entering the academy, I aim to foster learning environments that help students discover a sense of accomplishment, potential, personal self-worth, and the ability to be successful in a college environment.
Supporting both intentional high-touch and high-impact practices, I seek to...
Primarily, I teach 1-credit university first-year seminar courses that help students transition to a university setting and learn the skills and attributes of successful students. However, I have direct experience working with two university tutoring programs.
MCPHS University, Assistant Director Student Success
2017 - Present
Western Carolina University, Graduate Assistant/Student Success Coach
2015 - 2017
University of North Carolina General Administration, Presidential Intern
2014 - 2015