In my position as the Community Action Program Coordinator, I have the pleasure of connecting Princeton students with learning opportunities that foster relationships with each other and community members, develop self-reflection, and promote leadership development. I collaborate with other Pace Center staff and student leaders to create these experiences through the Community Action (CA) program and with the Pace Council on Civic Values (PCCV).
After getting two Bachelor of Arts degrees in Women & Gender Studies and Anthropology at the University of Delaware and earning my Master of Education degree in Higher Education and Student Affairs Administration at the University of Vermont, I served as the Program Coordinator for Student Diversity & Inclusion at the University of Delaware. Throughout all of my higher education experiences are central themes of student leadership development and social justice. I am motivated in the work I do by the opportunity to support students in their journeys of self-discovery and perspective-shifts.
I believe leftovers are the best breakfast foods, I can hold my breath for a minute and a half, I love to finger paint, and I spend most of my time out of the office with my pup, Rosie. Feel free to start a conversation with me about baking, indie rock music, time travel movies, or anything else!
Areas of Expertise
- Facilitation & training
- Team building
- Student leadership development
- Workshops on inclusive language, implicit bias, LGBTQ+ allyship, and other social justice topics
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