Who Am I?
I was born in Baltimore, Maryland and raised in Baltimore County. As an Eagle Scout, I always enjoy a good outdoor experience whether that includes hiking, camping, kayaking, white water rafting…etc. William & Mary and Williamsburg both have an abundance of nature that my wife, Kelly, and I appreciate. You can see me running regularly because I am one of those crazy people who actually enjoys running. I love playing card and board games at any moment. I am proud to say that I have graduated from William & Mary with a Master’s degree in Higher Education Administration in May 2019. I loved my time as a student and am honored to work for William & Mary as a professional.
Why work in Admissions?
Ever since working in the Orientation office during my undergraduate and graduate school experience, I really enjoyed welcoming parents and students to the world of higher education. I want to help students and parents through the college search process. I love watching prospective students get the “feeling” that William & Mary might be the right place for them.
William & Mary is such an incredibly unique place to learn and grow. As a graduate student and programming advisor, I got that intimate experience with my professors as well as observe it as a student advisor. The William & Mary community create such a welcoming, supportive, and collaborative environment. The students have such a contagious thirst for knowledge. William & Mary provides a personal touch with 70% of undergraduate students completing research and a 12:1 student to faculty ratio. Whether it be the beautiful campus, the amazing history, or the warm community, William & Mary has so much to offer for every individual that walks its brick paths.
- I have qualified for the Boston Marathon.
- My favorite TV show of all time is The Office (My wife and I have dressed up as Pam and Jim for Halloween).
- I am in the Hufflepuff House and still waiting for my Hogwarts letter (I’m assuming the owl got lost).