I graduated from the University of New Haven in 2009, with a bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice. While an undergraduate student I was part of the men’s lacrosse team. While playing I served as a team representative both with the school and with the league to set up game and practice times. I also was an avid fan of many of the other teams on campus, going to many of their home and away games.
The athletic and academic staff at the University of New Haven have definitely helped shape me as a person and guide me in the right direction. In addition to my work in the admissions office, I am currently a graduate student at the University of New Haven pursuing a master’s in Criminal Investigations.
Before coming home to the University of New Haven to be an admissions counselor, I spent many years in the customer service industry. I worked for a family run hardware store during my summers as an undergraduate, manager for Lacrosse Unlimited, and assistant manager of a sporting goods store.
At each one of these jobs I used many of the skills that I learned from my studies at the University of New Haven.
I will never forget receiving my acceptance package from the University of New Haven at my parents’ home in Bloomfield, Connecticut. It was a great day for me as I was the first member of my family to attend college.