Experiences and Involvements





Residence Life Technology Operations Expert

Basically, I help people who don’t speak Computer.  If their technology is kaputt, I will come.  My team and I manage the all of the hard- and software used by university professionals and also are the first contact for those in offices who need desktop support. We’re like CMU Geek Squad.

Kulhavi Hall Third Floor’s Resident Assistant

I lived on a floor of fifty transfer students, helping them with their day-to-day college meltdowns and celebrating their successes. I programmed with my staff of 6 to promote community in a building housing 250 new-to-campus students.  CMU’s Office of Residence Life follows a Residential Curriculum that encourages all on-campus students to grow in their identity, relationships, cultural awareness, and more.

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Spark Leadership Coordinator

Amanda, Jordyn and I hire a team of facilitators each semester, train them how to effectively facilitate leadership concepts based in theory, work together, and to welcome new members of our office, as Spark truly serves as the LI’s introductory program. I also work with our directors to develop curriculum and evolve our program to better equip tomorrow’s leaders.

Michigan’s College Volunteer Facilitator Corps

Network with students across the country to model and practice modern leadership theory. I work alongside the brightest people to provide high and middle school students the opportunity to activate their passions. As a statewide organization, we have done local volunteer work each year, as well.

Sigma Alpha Epsilon 

It’s a family affair, and I am proudly a part of it. I have served the Fraternity in a multitude of capacities, ranging from committee member to the executive board.  As Member Educator, I worked to ensure that each of our incoming members was continuously growing and developing themselves in accordance with a values-based curriculum organized by our National Consultants.

Global Brigades: Water and Engineering

Spent 9 Days assessing and building a filtered water system for a small village in Honduras.  Our hybrid brigade got to spend half the break working with GB: Water, which physically installs the water system into a community. For the second half, we moved to a separate community that was applying to GB for a new water system.  We assessed the system they currently had by taking measurements, testing the current source, and compiling all of our gathered data into a report that GB will consider before deciding to provide support.


Conferences and Development

  • Leadershape Graduate Spring 2014
  • Connections Leadership Conference
  • Alpha Leadership Participant
  • Leadership Safari Participant






High School Leadership Experiences

  1. Student Body President
  2. Varsity Boy’s Cross Country Captain
  3. Michigan Association of Student Council’s State Board of Delegates Representative
  4. Leadership Council
  5. National Honor Society
  6. Mu Alpha Theta Math Tutor
  7. Link Crew Freshman Ambassador Program
  8. MASC/MAHS Leadership Development Camp (3x participant)

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