Admissions Counselor

Bio

I was born in Knoxville, TN and spent the majority of my childhood in Seattle, WA. I moved back to Knoxville to attend Knoxville Catholic High School and have been here ever since. I am a 2017 graduate of Maryville College with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in History with an Art minor. I spent four years performing with both the Maryville College Concert Choir and the Lads, as well as three years performing with the Maryville College Jazz Band. If I’m not in my office you can probably find me in the Clayton Center for the Arts.

 

Favorite Book: Kitchen Confidential
Favorite TV Shows: Rick and Morty, New Girl, House of Cards
Favorite Movie: Good Will Hunting
Hobbies: Painting, Playing Music, Cooking
Fun Fact: I collect sneakers

Why I love MC

My time at Maryville College was the best time of my life. The school fostered both academic and personal success within myself. I was never an academic juggernaut by any means, but at Maryville I was able to learn the way that fit me best by way of an incredibly hands on and personal approach by professors. This way of teaching pushed me to new academic heights. The sense of community on campus is not something intangible that only exists within the pages of brochures, it is a real experienced thing that drives Maryville College, and those who attend it to bond together in times of great joy and sadness. These things are what allowed me to perform at my greatest potential while attending MC and they will continue to push others to do the same.