B.A. in Political Science, Susquehanna University
I grew up in a small town called Wellsboro, which is in north-central Pennsylvania. Throughout high school and in college I played golf competitively. Within my first week as an undergraduate student, I signed up to be a campus tour guide and the admission office has been a second home ever since. After graduating from Susquehanna University, I moved to Washington D.C. where I worked in a number of student service roles. Having lived in the city for more than a decade, I'm proud to call myself a "Washingtonian." When I'm not out meeting students in the mid-Atlantic region, I try to spend as much time as possible re-establishing my golf game — but it's a work in progress.
why i love ud
I consider myself to be very fortunate. My work in college admission has taken me all over the world (I visited my 50th state before I was 30-years-old). During those travels, I've had the honor of meeting some incredible students along the way. I've also come to realize just how important a supportive community is to a student's development. The University of Dayton is known for its friendliness and shared sense of belonging; combined with great academics, it creates a truly special learning environment. Getting to share this unique opportunity with prospective families makes my job one of the best out there.