How would you define “values"?
Values are the principles that guide me throughout my day and my life. I truly believe
that they are a crucial part of becoming who you are meant to be.
What does the Rosemont Mission mean to you?
The Mission has been something driving me since my first steps on campus over 5 years
ago. Throughout my time at Rosemont, I have been taught to never stop learning and
to always keep an open mind. With what I do for a living, both of these traits are
crucial to my everyday life.
If you were a shoe, what kind would you be and why?
I would say a nice pair of black Tims, I can rock them to work if I am out door knocking or in the office, if I am going out, and if I have a meeting.
Would you rather have two tickets to the Superbowl or two tickets to the White House Press Dinner?
That’s a difficult one because I enjoy watching both. If the Eagles were in the Superbowl then I would go to that, but if not I would pick the White House Correspondence Dinner.
Campus Involvement: Alumni
Name 5 things you love (other than your family) or love doing?
- Taking a road trip with my family and friends
- Country music
- A nice glass of whiskey
What goal are you currently trying to achieve?
I’d love to work within the White House at some point in my life, but currently I
am doing a lot of writing for political websites and working on a campaign.
Who or what inspires you?
My family and friends do, I have met so many people who have been through so much
but continue to keep a positive outlook on life. Their stories inspire me to continue
to follow my dreams and that no matter how large they are, anything is possible.
Where is the furthest place you have traveled?
Ghana, Africa with Rosemont College.
Favorite college memory? (from which college?)
There are so many to go over from Founder’s Day to my trip to Ghana, but without a
doubt the people I’ve met who have become some of my best friends.
What advice would you give to your college self?
Find the things you love and never let go.