I graduated with highest honors from Marlboro College in 2019 with a degree in Sociology: Education and Social Justice. While at Marlboro, I completed a two-year thesis project on how schools reinforce social reproduction through rewarding acts of dominant culture and punishing acts of nondominant culture. During this time I also interned as an academic and behavioral advisor at The Steppingstone Foundation, a nonprofit that provides programming for underserved students to support their preparation for college success.
Post-graduation, I’m living in Boston, MA and working as an Enrichment Educator at The Advent School, an independent school in Beacon Hill. When not at Advent, I’m volunteering as a youth worker with Sibling Connections, a nonprofit that provides programming to connect siblings that have been separated by the foster care system. Looking into the future, I plan on attending graduate school and earning a Master’s in Social Work.
Outside of work, I’m a competitive athlete in a number of sports, and I’m most commonly found training in contemporary skating under American Ice Theatre. When I’m not training, I enjoy traveling, reading, geocaching, or challenging myself to an escape room.