Program Coordinator
Office Phone
Frist Campus Center, 201E


In addition to supporting all things Service Focus, a University program that links learning from internships to students’ academic interests, I recruit, advise and mentor students in cohort-based peer groups and will support the development of cohort-based programming that connects service and academics. As an adviser and mentor to students, and a liaison with faculty and community partners, I will encourage, support, and invite diverse perspectives in a commitment to the Center’s principles of equity, respecting differences, and creating access and opportunity for all people and communities to thrive. 


I have been with the University and the Pace Center for ten years. I have worked in bank processing, government auditing, and have taught English in China. I have a bachelor of arts degree in classics from the University of Oklahoma where I graduated with academic distinction and was awarded Phi Beta Kappa membership. I also have a Masters of Divinity (MDiv) and a Masters of Theology (ThM) from Princeton Theological Seminary.

Come Talk to Me About

  • Service Focus
  • Service Internships
  • The connections you are seeing between the injustices in the world and your personal convictions to address them
  • All things service related

What I’m Reading 

I’m currently reading two books:

  • The Will to Change: Men, Masculinity and Love by Bell Hooks
  • Families We Need Disability, Abandonment, and Foster Care’s Resistance in Contemporary China by Erin Raffety

Favorite Community Spot

My favorite spot is the D&R (Delaware and Raritcan) Canal walking path. It is completely off campus, but within walking distance of campus. You can use Google Maps to plan your route.