Service Engagement Intern
58 Prospect Avenue, Room 306


I am a Service Engagement Intern with the Pace Center. In this role I am researching how undergraduate students hear about and become engaged in service, building an inventory of reflection opportunities related to service and civic engagement, and exploring projects for community partners and students to engage in racial justice, advocacy, and activism. I also support the center’s metrics efforts and research best practices in digital technology and the role it can play in service and civic engagement. Project Tiger Futures is an initiative of Princeton University which offered one-year internships for alumni in the classes of 2020 and 2021. 


Originally born in Wisconsin, I have lived most of my life around the Nashville, Tennessee area. I graduated from Princeton in 2020 with a bachelor’s of arts degree in philosophy. As an undergraduate student I was involved with service opportunities at the Pace Center, such as the Petey Greene Program and CONTACT of Mercer County, as well as Christian fellowships on campus. I am excited to help the Pace Center in quantifying the impact being made in and with local communities, and to communicate the stories of service to students on campus.