- College of Arts and Sciences, Honors College
- Applied Mathematics and Political Science, Spanish
- Hazelton, Pennsylvania
Spearheaded student initiative to increase access to hygiene products in gender-neutral and women’s bathrooms. Peer education lead at Cougar Health Services, orientation counselor at Office of New Student Programs, Cougar Connector at Office of Admissions, ASWSU Senator and Chair Pro Tempore of the Senate, co-director of registration for the S.H.A.P.I.N.G Conference, president of WSU’s In It to End It organization to raise awareness and advocate for the end of modern slavery, radio host for KZUU, founding member of RUN WSU which aims to support students of color who are running for leadership positions, member of the President’s Commission on the Status of Women, member of Delta Delta Delta, member of MEChA and APASC (the regional student affiliate of the national Association for Asian Studies). Won the President’s Award for Leadership, Knebelman Prize in Mathematics, and Kevin Charles Colton Scholarship, among other awards and honors.
Favorite WSU experience
I would say just being an orientation counselor for a summer was a really good experience. You have students come from all over the world and get excited to go to WSU. I love WSU. So it was really fun to get to spread that excitement. I had students from Guam, all over Washington, California, Idaho. I had people from the East Coast — none from Pennsylvania like me but Virginia and New York. I had some international students, too. I know for sure my students made their first friends on campus at Alive! It was very cool to be part of that.
I’m going to take a gap year, and then I want to go to grad school for public administration. I plan to stay in Pullman, work, save money, and apply to grad school. I’m looking most closely at Seattle University. I want to go into nonprofit work. That is the dream. I’m not sure what kind of nonprofit yet. Areas I’m passionate about are women, immigration work, and environmental stuff.