Classification: Graduate Student
Major: Interdisciplinary Studies
Hometown: Dallas, TX
Organization/Position: Omicron Delta Kappa Leadership Honor Society/Historian
What organizations and/or offices are you involved in?
Graduate Assistant at Campus Recreation.
What have you gained from being a student leader?
I have gained organizational and time management skills, life long friends, and professionalism.
How do you balance your academic and co-curricular activities?
I write EVERYTHING in my planner. My planner helps me juggle my very busy schedule and stay organized.
What advice would you give to a student thinking about getting involved?
DO IT! Getting involved is an awesome way to leave a mark at SFA, gain friends, network, and help current and future Lumberjacks get the most out of their experience.
How do you live by the SFA Way?
I try my best to treat others the way I want to be treated no matter if they are a peer, co-worker, supervisor, or my employee. I treat others with respect and try to be a great representation for SFA.
In what ways do you plan to utilize your leadership skills after college?
I want to work in campus recreation at a university when I graduate. I hope to use my skills to help build future leaders and professionals.