New England Regional Admissions Coordinator
Recent Harvard Divinity School Graduate
William Smith Soccer
3 Miles Lost
Student Athlete Advisory Committee
Student-Athlete Health Awareness Peer Educator
Majors: Psychology, Women's Studies and Religious Studies
How do you stay connected to the Colleges? I follow William Smith Soccer (Go Herons!), I keep in contact with professors and friends from HWS, and I make use of resources available through the Salisbury Center for Career Services and Professional Development. I also stay connected by giving back to the Colleges through the Annual Fund and the Heron Society.
What makes the Colleges special? At HWS students have access to world-class scholarship, cutting edge pedagogy, and meaningful relationships with professors who are invested in their students. Beyond the classrooms, the Colleges are nationally recognized for study abroad programs and community engagement, and Hobart and William Smith athletics are some of the most competitive in Division III. Finally, the campus’ rolling hills and Seneca Lake view make for an absolutely gorgeous place to go to school.
Why do you give back to HWS? I give to HWS because it's a great way to stay connected with my alma mater, and it gives me an opportunity to be a part of the continuing success of the Colleges. I had a great experience as a William Smith student and Heron athlete; I give back in gratitude and with the hope that my gifts with help current and future students enjoy the kind of opportunities I did while at HWS.
What are your goals as a Regional Network volunteer? I want to help expand HWS's reach to prospective students in the New England region by ensuring we get our name out to new groups of students.
What advice would you give to an incoming or current HWS student? Make use of the many resources and opportunities the Colleges offer, but don't just take. Make an effort to be a part of all that makes HWS so special.