Major/Graduation Year: BBA/ 2019
Hometown: Manhattan, NY
What's your spirit animal? Why?
I think my spirit animal would have to be an otter. I really love water and I'm pretty friendly. I enjoy my time with my friends and family, but I don't mind spending time alone. I'm also very optimistic, and I usually have a lot of energy and out-there ideas to share!
Positions you've held on RHA: I was President of FSK Hall this past year.
Tell us a little about your role in RHA and what you do!
I am the Director of Programming and my roles and duties revolve around any sort of event-planning and follow-through for RHA as a whole, for our student body, and I can even assist/give advice to Hall Councils about hosting events within their own halls.
Other Organizations or fun things you are involved in? Does not have to be at school.
GW Women in Business -- I'm NY Trip Director of Communications for this upcoming year!
Why you like RHA (make it unique)! Tell us what's so cool about it, what made you stay with it, why it matters on campus, etc.
I strongly believe in the importance of making every student feel at home on campus. Your stay on-campus should be nothing less than spectacular, and the last thing you should worry about is minor issues that may persist in the very building that you reside in!
Favorite RHA memory
FSK hosted a Halloween night last year which was a great time. Good coordination and good food is always key to a great event.
Advice to Freshman:
GO TO EVERY EVENT THAT HAS FOOD. I promise you, it's so worth it. Believe it or not, your GWorld has got to run out some time and when that happens, it will be rough!
Advice to Upperclassmen:
If you act like you have it together, then anything is possible!
Fun Fact? I've moved 27 times. Ask me anything about storage or packing.
Favorite place(s) to eat on GWorld
I cook so I don't really eat out... but I guess I would have to go with Chik Fil A, of course.