Since I was very young, I’ve had a passion for stories that has taken me to many fascinating places over the course of my life. As a student at Wesleyan University, I majored in the College of Letters, an interdisciplinary program where I focused mainly on literary studies. While a college student, I worked at the Writing Center, hosting drop-in hours and serving as a peer writing advisor for senior thesis projects. I have been an avid reader and creator of comic books since I was a kid. I received an MFA from the Center for Cartoon Studies, and am currently completing my teaching certification at the University of Pennsylvania. My favorite part of working at Academic Access is seeing the students find ways to tell their own stories.
- In my spare time I am learning how to cook dumplings.
- I bought a used projector so that I could host a film series in my living room.
- In college, I spent a semester studying in Madrid.
If I were a dean of admissions this is an essay prompt that I'd want students to answer: How would you explain your hometown to someone who has never been there before?
What do you spend too much time doing? Reading Wikipedia articles
Which historical figure would you like to meet? Abraham Lincoln