Territory: Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota, West Virginia, Wisconsin, International
Where are you originally from? Salisbury, Massachusetts
Where did you attend college? Roger Williams University
What’s your favorite aspect of working at RWU? I love helping high school students get excited about the college search process! I also really enjoy sharing stories of my personal RWU experiences with prospective applicants.
How long have you been with RWU? 4 years as a student and 2 months as an employee!
What’s your favorite:
Book – The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald
Band – I listen to everything!
Movie – Bridesmaids
Thing to do in the summer, fall, winter & spring – Summer: camping and spending time at the beach, Fall: visiting local farms for apples and cider donuts, Winter: snowmobiling, Spring: anything outside
Weekend activity in RI – Barbequing with friends at Colt State Park
Vacation spot – I love vacationing in different cities!
Cheap eats – Wrap Shack
If you could take a trip or live anywhere in the world, where would it be? I would love to visit Italy (trips to both Capri and Rome are on my bucket list).
If you could be anything you want when you grow up, what would you be? A ballerina
What’s something not many people know about you? I’m a vegetarian
If you could give one piece of advice to the incoming freshman class, what would it be? Make every moment count! Your four years in college go by a lot faster than you’d think.
What else are you involved in, on or off-campus? Dance, camping and snowmobiling. I also spend a lot of time visiting with friends and family on the north shore.
What’s your favorite RWU memory? One of my favorite memories is from the blizzard, Nemo which took place during my senior year at RWU. Being snowed in and without electricity was surprisingly fun! My roommates and I camped out in the living room and spent two days sledding around campus and playing games.
Any favorite quotes? “The most wasted of all days is one without laughter.” - E.E. Cummings