Major: Public Policy
I am a non-traditional student that transferred to Stony Brook Fall 2017 and graduated December 2018 with BA in Political Science and a minor in Health, Medicine and Society. While pursuing my undergrad I had the opportunity to participate in the CHILL program where I was a Health and Wellness Peer Educator. This role offered me the opportunity to work closely with CAPS, CPO, and Health and Wellness, providing outreach to students and engaging with Administration as well as students on a weekly basis. I organized and hosted a 20 Too Many event at the Rec Center that connected with over 250 students. We brought awareness to the staggering number of Veterans who take their lives by suicide. I served as an intern on a congressional political campaign, and I am currently serving as President for a chapter of Leading Women of Tomorrow that we are in process of starting at Stony Brook. All three semesters at SBU I was on the Dean's List and graduated Magan Cum Laude. I was also awarded the Upstander Award and a member of Pi Sigma Alpha, the Political Science Honor Society.