What is your major and minor?
- Double major in Education and Anthropology with a minor in entrepreneurial studies.
What are you involved in on campus?
- I am a teaching fellow for Anthropology as well the Civic Leader for the Center for Community Engagement and Service Learning. I also work in the Admissions Office as a senior intern where I interview prospective students. My latest exciting news is that I was just named a 2021 Newman Civic Fellow by Campus Compact for my work in the community. I am also Co-President of Sankofa: the Black Student Union and I have participated in several of the Centennial Center programs including the HWS Leads Certificate program and Summer Sandbox.
What drew you to the HWS Leads program?
- The skills and resources I would gain from this program. I wanted to further my skills and learn more about what a leader consists of and what it means to be a good leader.
What have you gained most in your study of leadership?
- Through the courses I have taken and the fieldwork I completed in Summer Sandbox, I’ve learned that a leader consists of multiple things. A leader must be willing to grow and understand different perspectives and values. The best leaders are ones that care about their team. What I mean by care is establishing a relationship with the people they’re working with. Additionally, a great leader values peoples’ weaknesses and strengths, and encourages them to grow and help them reach their goals.
What are your goals?
- I hope to become a project manager and would like to create my own business one day. I enjoy solving problems in the most creative and efficient way.
- I am planning to apply to the Master’s of Science in Management program here at HWS and get my Real Estate License.