Hometown: Gaithersburg, MD
Q: How long have you been at UMBC?
A: 2 years
Q: What is your current title (job or student organization position)?
A: Meyerhoff Scholar, Honors College Scholar, SGA Senator, Multi Cultural Greek Council Secretary & a sister of Kappa Phi Lambda Sorority
Q: In 12 words or less, what role(s) do you play on campus?
A: I am a scholar, activist & artist.
Q: What aspect of your UMBC role(s) do you enjoy most?
A: I love all of my roles and how diverse they are. I'm glad I'm involved with many different aspects of campus, I wouldn't want my college experience to be any different. I think it's important to be well rounded and my activities reflect how diverse my interests are.
Q: What is the most important or memorable thing you learned in college/have learned at UMBC?
A: The most important thing(s) I've learned have been to cherish every moment as well as never lose sight of the big picture. Our daily lives can bog us down at times and cause us to get discouraged, but we all came to UMBC with a goal in mind. Whether this goal is to go to grad school or simply have a good time, it's always good to remember what you set out to do when you accepted UMBC's admission offer. Cherishing all of the memories simply makes life that much sweeter.
Q: Complete this sentence: "I am a big fan of __________"
A: Spontaneity. Life's a bit more fun and reckless when you never know what's going to happen next.
Q: Do you have any UMBC stories, little-known facts about UMBC, favorite spots on campus, or anything else you’d like to share?
A: The rock garden between Commons Drive and Admin Drive is a great place to go and clear your head. It's quiet and peaceful. Sometimes all you really need is a chance to go be with nature and all your problems seem that much more trivial.