I am a second year graduate student studying Student Affairs and Higher Education at Indiana State University (ISU). I am a graduate assistant in the Bayh College of Education Dean's Office where I serve as the Events and Conference Coordinator. I also serve as a Graduate Retention Counselor in the African American Cultural Center for the I SUcceed program at ISU and co-advise #teamSPEAK and African American Student Educators (AASE). I was the Campus Ambassador and The Placement Exchange Phoenix 2012 Intern. I received my B.S. in Communications with a Public Relations concentration from Florida International University in Miami, Florida-where I was born and raised. In my spare time I enjoy spending time with family and friends, scarpbooking, cooking, learning new things and reading.
I am currently a Community Director at Georgetown University, working with a community of upperclass students. I am originally from Teaneck, New Jersey. I earned a Bachelor of Arts from Rutgers the State University of New Jersey where I studied Journalism and Media Studies as well as Middle Eastern Studies.I earned a Master of Science in Student Affairs and Higher education from Indiana State University, where I also served as an Assistant Hall Director for 2 years. I am a 1st gen, how about you?
I am currently a Resident Director at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, working with first-year students. I earned a Master of Science in Student Affairs and Higher Education at Indiana State University where my assistantship was with ISU Residential Life as an Assistant Hall Director in a first-year area. I earned a bachelor's degree in Finance and Accounting from Eastern Illinois University. My family came to this country so that I could have the chance to receive an education. I am the first person in my family to go to college and I am Project 1st Gen.