Healthcare and Business
Expected Grad Date
Butler University Dance Marathon, Independent Student Council, Food Recovery Network
Atherton High School
Favorite Spot on Campus
What do you want to be when you grow up?
What’s been your favorite course at Butler so far and why?
My favorite course was Healthcare Systems and Policy. It was so interesting to explore the nuances of the medical field, in relation to business and government. In addition, it was helpful to discuss what these details mean for future healthcare providers.
What is it like to be a part of the Butler Community? Who is your Butler Community?
Being a part of the Butler Community means being a part of the most caring, supportive, passionate group of people. I have found my Butler home through Butler University Dance Marathon, where I get to help create a community united around a common cause and passion. Being a part of this community means being a part of something bigger than yourself.
How will your Butler experience help you after graduation?
The opportunities I have had both in and out of the classroom at Butler have given me invaluable experience that I will hold with me for the rest of my life. From gaining knowledge through hands-on experience in my courses to developing leadership skills through my extracurricular involvement, Butler has helped me grow professionally and personally.
What’s your favorite memory of your Butler experience, so far?
Last December, I drove back to campus during winter break to attend the Butler vs. Villanova game with my friend Sarah. The score was close throughout the entire game, but the Dawgs pulled out a win in the end. It was so thrilling to get to be a part of the excitement, and storm the court (sorry Big East), but even more fun was getting to help Sarah, who was in a boot at the time, down the bleachers to celebrate.
What were your primary factors in making your college decision?
Butler was a happy medium for me in many ways. It is close enough to home, but not too close, big enough that I am always meeting new people, but small enough that I always see people I know. In addition to being the happy medium, Butler gave me the options to participate in study abroad, undergraduate research, internships, or any combination of the three of those, and still graduate in 4 years, all while maintaining good grades, working on campus, and participating in extracurricular activities.
What makes you most proud to be a Bulldog?
I am proud to be a Bulldog because it is such a life-changing experience to get to be a part of a community that welcomes, encourages, and strengthens each other.
What does the Butler Way mean to you?
The Butler Way means striving to better the world around us by being selfless, committed, and compassionate