Q: What are you most proud of during your time at UNH?

A: I'm a tour guide on campus as well as I'm an ACE mentor. I'm really glad that I could give back to a community that I was once part of as well as the friends and faculty members that I made connections with.

Q: Why did you choose your major?

A: I chose my major of Human Development and Family studies is because I wanted to work with the pediatric population in medical care. I thought this would be a great baseline for me to learn the fundamentals of childhood and then translate that into graduate school whether that's OT graduate school or become a child life specialist.

Q: How has UNH prepared your for your goals?  

A: UNH has prepared me to achieve my goals for the future by setting me up with great connections and faculty members as well as putting me on a stage to gain some extracurriculars and broaden my horizon with public speaking and different mentorship programs.

Q: What advice would you give incoming students?

A: The advice I would give students is to always broaden your horizons and keep your eyes open. The biggest thing is to be optimistic because you never know what opportunities are going to come about so you never want to close the door to anything.

Q: Why do you love UNH?

A: I love UNH because of the friends it has brought me. They're going to be lifelong friends for me and I met them my freshman year in Stoke Hall and that is my biggest blessing of coming to college.