Hometown: Las Vegas, Nevada
Major: Business Administration
- Washington and Lee Student Consulting
- Kemper Scholar Program
- University Board of Appeals
- Honor Advocate Program
- Shepherd Poverty Program
- Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity
- Shepherd Internship (Summer 2013)
- Financial Capability Fellow at Center for Economic Progress (Summer 2014)
- Kemper Corporation Corporate Investments (Summer 2015)
Post-Graduation Plans: Work in the consulting field and pursue a MBA degree after a few years of working experience.
What's your passion? I don't necessarily have one passion; rather a passion for many things. Some of these things include fitness, learning new languages, and learning about different cultures.
What's something people wouldn't guess about you? I am an avid fan of Impressionist Art, namely the works of Camille Pissarro.
Why did you choose your major? I chose to major in Business Administration for two reasons. The first is that I want to pursue a career in consulting, and the second is that I like people. When one thinks about it, business is simply about interactions between individuals. I believe if you enjoy working with, managing, and or navigating different personalities, then you've done half the job.
What professor has inspired you? It's incredibly hard to pick just one professor because they all have inspired me to some extent. However, just listening to the story of Professor Theodore De Laney will inspire anyone.
Advice for prospective or first-year students? "You are the average of the five people you spend the most time with." - Jim Rohn.