I graduated from the University of New Haven with a bachelor's degree in criminal justice in 2007 and a master's degree in public administration in 2009. As an undergraduate student, I was a class officer, an admissions tour guide, an orientation leader, and a member of many different student clubs and organizations. As a graduate student, I served as the secretary and later as president of the Graduate Student Council. I am originally from Groveton, NH.
I began working for the Office of Undergraduate Admissions in 2008 as an admissions counselor, and have held many different positions and responsibilities within the office. During my time in the admissions office, I have coordinated military and veteran student recruitment and oversaw an increase in veteran student enrollment from 40 students to well over 300 today. I spent many years as a First-Year and transfer student counselor. I helped start the Army Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) program, the Field Hockey Club team and helped to bring a Marching Band to campus.
What I enjoy most about the University of New Haven is the friendly people and atmosphere that you find on campus. Its ideal location in southern Connecticut between New York City and Boston make it a sought after destination. The University of New Haven has so much to offer on so many different levels, and I hope you'll come visit soon!