I am a lifelong learner. I approach complicated situations by unpacking them with a flexible approach and give them the attention they deserve.
I am currently a junior in the communication department at Cornell University. I transferred to Cornell as a sophomore from Dutchess Community College in Poughkeepsie, New York. At Cornell, I really open myself up to a wide variety of opportunities, such as being an assistant in the Virtual Reality Lab in the communication department and being involved with the Big Red Sports Network by covering varsity sports on campus. When it comes to my coursework, I really enjoy creating and producing my own content, such as using GarageBand, iMovie, and posting to social media.
Outside of the classroom, I enjoy playing with my dog, Tebow (yes, he’s named after Tim Tebow), driving my Jeep Wrangler, watching The Office, working out, being with my family, cooking, and watching the Patriots on Sunday (and no, Tom Brady did not deflate those footballs).