Hometown: Greenwich, Connecticut
Major: Critical Media & Cultural Studies
Random Fact: I am not a rocket scientist, and I am not related to the Hubble Telescope.
What activities have you been involved with at Rollins over the years? During my freshman year, I was on the first-ever Rollins women’s lacrosse team. Currently in my senior year, I am the president of the Delta Epsilon Chapter of Kappa Kappa Gamma here at Rollins and one of the Fraternity and Sorority Life interns in the Office of Student Involvement and Leadership.
What was your favorite Rollins experience/part of your Rollins experience? Who can forget their first week at Rollins? So much still ahead, so many memories waiting to be created. These will surely be some of the most memorable years of my life. Thank you, Rollins!
What should every student do before leaving Rollins? Before leaving, every one of us should think about what we want to leave behind. If we have spent our time here wisely, we will have taken away a wealth of knowledge and wisdom but we will have also given back just as richly. I hope I have left a legacy that makes Rollins just a little bit better for the next student.
What do you plan to do after you graduate? After I graduate, I plan on going back up north to get an internship in the advertising and marketing industry in New York City. Right now I am currently in the process of applying and do not know exactly where yet, but I do have my heart set on living in the Big Apple.