I attended Wesleyan University in Middletown, CT.
I currently live in Memphis, TN and serve as the Program Fellow for The Memphis Challenge, which is a non-profit that coaches high-achieving, underrepresented students, through leadership and professional development, preparing them to become future Memphis leaders.
I can remember working on my midterm paper for my cultural anthropology class during the first semester of my freshman year. It required quite a bit of citing. In that moment, I was thankful to have really honed my citing skills with my Senior Independent Study (SIS) research paper. It saved me from a great deal of stress.
Absolutely! Since I transferred to St. George’s my junior year, I think my entire junior year was made up of me stepping outside of my comfort zone. As a result of me stepping outside of my comfort zone, I was able to make new friends and thrive as a member of the St. George’s community.
My favorite St. George’s memory is our junior trip to Team Trek. From the snow to the team building activities (specifically the high ropes course), it was an amazing trip.
Enjoy the moment! Bask in the present, because time definitely flies. Before you know it, you will be graduating from high school and/or college. Once a moment has passed, it has passed. So, take advantage of every opportunity and create lasting memories.