Degree: B.A in Communications and Media Studies; minor in sociology and marketing
Hometown: Clifton, New Jersey
What was the best part of your experience as a student at Caldwell University?
The best part of my experience as a student here at Caldwell University is the people I’ve met. Everyone instantly makes me feel at home! I’m thankful for everyone I’ve met during my five years at Caldwell.
Where are you headed now?
I accepted a full-time position as an undergraduate admissions counselor here at Caldwell! I am so excited to show prospective students what makes Caldwell so special. I am also planning to obtain my master’s degree in higher education here at Caldwell University.
Life lessons learned at Caldwell?
I’ve learned to enjoy all the ups and downs throughout my college career. Everything flies by in a blink of an eye. I found an appreciation for the liberal arts curriculum and the University’s pillars of respect, integrity, community, and excellence.
Who helped you get here that you want to thank?
There are so many people that I have to thank including my professors, faculty and staff members, my employers, and the students here! Without support from all areas of the University, I would not be who I am today. Thank you, Caldwell University, for being my forever home and for the best years of my life!
Favorite spot on Caldwell’s campus?
My favorite spot on Caldwell’s campus is the Red Room in the library! I think it’s so spacious and bright; it really gets me motivated to study. I highly recommend any student check it out!
Other highlights of your time at Caldwell?
I was involved in many activities at Caldwell which include my favorite memories. The retreats for my sorority, Delta Phi Epsilon, were always something I looked forward to. Becoming vice president of Greek Life Council 21-22 was truly an honor. Leading the freshman class of 2025 as an orientation leader was memorable. As a student ambassador, showing families why a teen should choose Caldwell University brought me so much joy. Being a part of the Educational Opportunity Fund brought me endless support. Cheerleading with the club at Caldwell for four years was the best at football games!