B.S. in Animal Science, University of Vermont, M.A. International Education, SIT Graduate Institute
I work with international students as well as schools in Maine, Vermont, and New Hampshire.
Favorite place on campus:
The tennis courts to root on the Warriors and to practice my backhand.
Fond memory or experience from your undergraduate years:
I worked on a dairy barn when I was an undergrad. I would wake up before the sun rose to milk the cows.
Tips for high school seniors:
-Make the most of your time with your family before you leave for college. Learn things from them like how too cook your favorite meal and how to do your own laundry.
-Learn how to manage your time between school work and social life, it will be extremely helpful in the future.
Last great book you read:
Sarah’s Key by Tatiana de Rosnay
Most played song on your ipod:
Anything and everything by Zac Brown Band
Where would you like to travel:
Marrakech, Morocco to walk around the open air markets and drink fresh Moroccan tea
One thing about you that may surprise your colleagues:
I traveled around the world on a boat when I was 20!
One great discovery you’ve made on Merrimack’s campus:
The Office of International Programs - it is an amazing resource for international students and students who wish to study abroad.
What makes Merrimack the place to be:
Merrimack College has a tight knit community. Faculty, students and staff interact and collaborate with each other on a daily basis.
International Admissions Counselor