“I am honored to be here on the ancestral homeland of the Shoshone and Bannock people working to create and sustain a supportive, innovative, and equitable experience for all Boise State University students. I walk every day with gratitude to the family, friends, and mentors who have impacted my pathway and appreciate each the communities I have been invited to be part of.”
Education & Experience:
I am privileged to have spent my career in service to students across a number of functional areas. My career in student affairs began in residence life, work I maintain a strong affinity for, and have embraced each new responsibility as an opportunity to actively contribute to a culture of student success. I am also passionate about the arts and served three terms as president of the Juneau Arts and Humanities Council in Juneau, Alaska. I hold a bachelors degree and a masters of education from the University of South Carolina and am currently a doctoral student in Oregon State University’s Adult and Higher Education Program.
My functional areas include Housing and Residence Life, Student Equity, Student Involvement and Leadership, New Student Programs, and Campus Recreation. I am always excited to learn about the experiences of students and seek to be an advocate in removing barriers to student success wherever they may be found.
Ask Me About:
- Opportunities to collaborate across the campus
- What it is like to explore Boise as a new resident
- Alaskan Adventures