Graduate Teaching Assistant
- Supervise and Mentor the Peer Mentors and Peer Mentor Coordinators
- Plan training and events for the Peer Mentor Program
- Recruit and market for Peer Mentors and the FYS 101 class
- Assist in the improvement and growth of both Peer Mentors and the program as a whole
I am a local Knoxville-native graduate student studying for a Master in Social Work at the University of Tennessee. Before this, I spent about a year in Australia as an Au Pair and traveled. Previously, I worked in Texas as a Day Camp Director. While finally working as a family support worker at Helen Ross McNabb. I love working with people; both helping people grow and become their best selves. Team building is always an integral part of camp community, and I love working on a team that helps students here on campus.
University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Bachelor of Science in Child and Family Studies with a minor in Psychology.
Habitat for Humanity - Knoxville chapter
Awards and Recognitions
Dean’s list - summa cum laude