Class of 2018
Major/Minor: Environmental Studies / Secondary Education
Hometown: Cape May Court House, New Jersey
High School: Middle Township HS
- Alpha Omicron Pi (President 2016-Present)
- Club Lacrosse (2015- 2016)
- Habitat for Humanity (2014-Present)
- Relay for Life (2015-2016)
- Student Ambassador (2015-Present)
- Peer Mentor (2016-Present)
- SGA Director of Communication and Office Management (2016-Present)
Q & A
Hometown/High School? Cape May Court House, NJ, Middle Township High
What is your favorite place/activity on campus? My favorite place on campus is the Miller Terrace, which is just outside the library, so it’s perfect for studying when it the weather is nice in the spring. Being in Habitat for Humanity has become my favorite activity on campus, and also may favorite way to spend spring break!
Recommended class and professor? I recommend taking the Bermuda Course which is cross listed between the Biology and Environmental Studies department! It was an amazing experience and I was able to learn so much about the diverse ecosystem, culture and history of Bermuda. The best part was going on the trip went toward fulfilling a requirement for my major!
What are some of your favorite hobbies? When I have the chance to have some free time, I really enjoy playing intramural sports, being a part of Alpha Omicron Pi, and working on the Executive board for the Student Government Association.
Why did you choose to attend Washington College? I chose to attend Washington College because I wanted a small, tight-knit community, where everyone treats each other like family, and that’s exactly what I got. I also chose to go here because I am from a beach town, so being near the water made it feel like home.