Domestic: Fulton County,
International: Asia (including Cambodia, China,
Indonesia, Japan, Mongolia, South Korea, Thailand), Australia and New Zealand, Europe
(including Eastern Europe), Fiji, Guam, and the "-stans" except
Central High School- Macon, Ga.
The University of Georgia, Master of Public Administration in higher education
Life before Agnes
Scott: I worked in admissions at Wesleyan College and in development and
volunteer management at Senior Connections, a Meals On Wheels affiliate in
What’s one thing
you’d rather not do without? Peanut butter and lists. Peanut butter is the
perfect food, and lists keep me focused and productive. I’ve been known to
write down a completed task to immediately mark it off my to-do list.
A word or phrase to
describe myself: I’m like an onion – lots of layers.
Favorite book: I
think I’ve had a different favorite
book at every stage in life. Currently, my favorite is Pride and Prejudice.
Favorite movie: “Newsies.”
It’s been my favorite since the seventh grade. I may or may not still know all
of the song lyrics and choreography.
At Agnes Scott since:
summer of 2013
Why I work at Agnes
Scott: I believe in the world-changing power of education and Agnes Scott
is an institution with an incredible history of educating and empowering women.
Favorite spot on
campus: Evans Dining Hall. I attended an event at Evans long before I
started working at Agnes Scott, and fell in love with the architecture.
Favorite spot in
Decatur: Leon’s Full Service
Favorite spot in Atlanta:
Any of the Atlanta Beltline trails. They all have a different feel- urban at
Historic Fourth Ward, pastoral along Peachtree Creek at Atlanta Memorial Park -
and soon they will connect all around the City of Atlanta.
3 reasons to attend
- Opportunities to get involved on campus and in the Atlanta
area are endless.
- Agnes Scott’s extensive curriculum and academic support
make it possible for students to discover, study and prepare for all types of
careers and vocations.
- The campus is one of the most beautiful I’ve ever seen.
prospective students: Be curious, be proactive and never be afraid to ask