Welcome, Butlerites! I’ll be the first face you see when entering the office and will (maybe) be the first to offer you a snack of some kind. I’m also here to help you schedule an appointment, advertise your event, or reserve the perfect space for your study breaks and organizational gatherings. Most of all, I’m here to offer support as you make your journey through Princeton University.
I earned my degree from Montclair State University in 2012, majoring in English and minoring in Creative Writing, Classical Studies, and Women’s and Gender Studies. Prior to joining the Butler team, I worked as a teacher’s assistant with The Goddard School and as a marketing and production associate with Behrman House Publishers. I continue to write and have been published in various outlets as a poet and essayist; most of my scribblings are on the topics of mental health, women’s studies, and the writings of Louisa May Alcott. I was also an honorable mention recipient for the Princeton Writes Prize staff essay contest in April of 2021. In September of 2021, I earned my Certified Professional in Accessibility Core Competencies certification from the International Association of Accessibility Professionals, enabling me to test and evaluate our environment and resources to create a more inclusive and accessible residential college for our community members with disabilities. When not in the Butler office, you’ll probably find me reading, watching Jeopardy!, listening to centuries-old music, or pretending I’m a contestant on Great British Bake-Off.
Stop by and visit! We’re so happy to have you!