Hometown: Groton Long Point, CT
Territory: Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York, Rhode Island, Vermont, Canada (Ontario, Montreal, Quebec, Nova Scotia, PE Island, Newfoundland and Labrador)
College of Charleston '11, B.A. Historic Preservation and Community Planning; Minor, French
As an undergrad, I was heavily involved with the Charleston 40 tour guide group, the Student Alumni Association, and Greek life. I thoroughly enjoy the opportunity to spread my love for the College by recruiting across the Northeast. In the future, I hope to live and work in Europe for some time and eventually end up back in Boston.
Why did you choose to become an admissions counselor? I love working for my alma mater, plus I love the perk of doing so while traveling the country! Why not?!
Favorite Campus Event: A Charleston Affair
Favorite Thing to Do in Charleston: Run, swim, eat, and get lost in the alleys.
Favorite Charleston Restaurant: Monza
Favorite Quote: "I’m not together but I’m getting there."
Folly or Sullivans?: Sullivans
Admissions Tip: Visit the College, as well as other institutions you’re considering. After taking an official campus tour, explore on your own. Live the life! Stop by a local coffee house. Indulge at restaurants. Interact with students. Get a feel for the culture. And heighten those senses while you explore. Take it all in: the sights, the smells, and the sounds. Search for that sensation—that sensation of home as it will be home for the next four (or more) years. Whether similar to life as you know it or a new experience entirely, once you get that feeling—you’ll know. And who knows...a stroll down our cobblestone streets, a walk along our beaches, a run along the Battery may very well be that for which you've been searching.
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