I’m from right outside of Philadelphia and graduated Cum Laude from Villanova University in May of 2021 (Go Cats!). I majored in Communications with a specialization in Public Relations and minored in Business and Creative Writing. Throughout undergrad, I was the marketing president for Villanova’s Service Club and the vice president and chairperson of philanthropy for my sorority, Alpha Phi.

In my free time, I like to ride the Peloton, listen to my favorite podcast, The Morning Toast, read, and travel! I’m the youngest of four and the first sibling to choose business school rather than law school.

Deciding to pursue graduate school came after the heavy conclusion of realizing I didn’t know how to leverage my undergraduate degree. I chose Duke, after being waitlisted, for a multitude of reasons. However, some of the primary factors were the incredible network of Duke alumni, the school spirit and the location. I knew Duke was right for me, and I’d love to help others find the same passion I have for this school.

MMS has changed my life greatly as a student and young woman. While I am not on a strict path to a specific career, the resources available to me have clarified and settled many anxieties relating to my career search. At Duke, I lead as an MMS fellow for my cohort along with eight other students. I am also an admissions ambassador, so feel free to reach out if you would like to set up a time to speak. My favorite way to get involved beyond the MMS program has been attending Fuqua Fridays. While school can be taxing, the relationships I’ve made and the experiences I’ve had at Duke make it all incredibly worth it.

If you have any questions regarding Duke, MMS, Durham, or my lifestyle here, please feel free to contact me. When I was a prospective student, I reached out to an admissions ambassador from the class of 2021 and firmly believe her guidance, transparency, and friendliness were contributing factors to why I fell in love with Duke and the MMS program.