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- B.A. in English literature, Salve Regina University
Areas of Expertise:
I work with students from central Connecticut (Hartford, Tolland, Middlesex, New Haven), Maryland, Virginia, District of Columbia, West Virginia and Nebraska. I also work with our digital content across channels like our social media (@salveadmissions) and thisissalve.com. Skills include making boomerangs with our mascot, Sammy the Seahawk.
- Member, New England Association for College Admission Counseling (NEACAC)
- Member, Rhode Island Association of Admission Officers (RIAAO)
- Previous work in arts management and outdoor education and leadership
When I think of Salve, as an alumnus who returned to work with our team, it’s still my “top school!” As a counselor, I’m able to connect students to our campus directly so they can experience the support that comes with being a Salve Seahawk. The one-on-one treatment that I received while researching Salve continued through my four years as a student and is a part of the culture here.
My favorite part of Salve’s campus are the connections to the Cliff Walk. I’m an avid outdoorsperson and reader, so having the ocean horizon along with historic buildings offers plenty for being active, day dreaming or finding creative inspiration.
A piece of advice I recommend for the college search is to write or discuss how you felt after a campus visit or talking to a college representative. With so many colleges to look at, it’s important to remember what it was like to be on campus and if you could see yourself there. Whether that’s a talk with friends, family, or a page in a notebook somewhere, take a minute to focus on what matters to you most.