- College of Arts and Sciences, Edward R. Murrow College of Communication, Honors College
- Political Science with an emphasis in pre-law, Strategic Communication with an emphasis in public relations
- Fallon, Nevada
ASWSU vice president in 2017-18, Boeing Scholar, helped lead the “It’s on Cougs” campaign aimed at reducing sexual assault through awareness and violence prevention education, active Cougar Lobby Team member, internship with the Thomas S. Foley Institute for Public Policy and Public Service, internship with Nevada Governor’s Office, resident advisor, campus tour guide, one of 16 students selected nationwide for leadership program at George Washington’s Mount Vernon, volunteer with Women’s Transit, Environmental Sustainability Alliance, Hugh O’Brian Youth Leadership, Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity
Favorite WSU experience
Being student body vice president was the culminating experience of my time at WSU. It gave me the opportunity to serve my peers and practice internal communication skills, while also addressing two issues that are prominent on the WSU campus as well as at universities across the nation: sexual assault and mental health.
A defining moment for me came during a backpack journalism trip to Cuba that was sponsored by Murrow College. I made a friend there who had lost so much faith in his government that he risked his life trying to cross the ocean on a rubber tire. His story inspired me to work towards ensuring that people are connected to their government institutions.
This fall, I will begin the masters of science in politics and communication at the London School of Economics and Political Science. I then plan to enter a career in public service as a communications professional within state and local government, with a particular focus on rural and underserved communities.