I joined Union in the summer of 2019 as a graduate of a small liberal arts college, so I already knew and appreciated the value of a residential liberal arts and sciences education. The close-knit campus community at Union, though, is really unique. I’ve felt supported, celebrated and welcomed from my first day here.
I’m impressed, inspired and humbled by our students’ academic, personal and professional achievements every day – I have the pleasure of working with several of them here in the admissions office. I’m always excited to talk to prospective students about their interests, hobbies and ever-evolving dreams and then see the directions they go in after they get to Union.
In my free time, I like to watch true crime and scientific documentaries with my mischievous cat. After two years in the Capital Region, I’m still discovering new museums to check out and restaurants to try. And I love to attend Union hockey and football games, especially because of the big-school spirit and pride in our small-school hearts.