Originally from the small town of Apalachin, NY, I transferred to Elon after obtaining my associate's degree from Broome Community College in Binghamton, NY. Being a former transfer student, I look forward to having the opportunity to work with the many students who want to attend Elon from a different path. I hope that my road to Elon and my experiences on campus will help make the process a little easier for prospective students. Elon does not work out for everyone the first time around, but there's always another way to make it happen!
When I'm not working, I can be found exercising, exploring the outdoors, playing with any furry, four-legged creature, or chatting with my family. An avid lacrosse player, I enjoy working with the women's club lacrosse program and could not be more excited to see Elon's Division I program come into play in 2014 (I'm still secretly looking for ways to get on that roster)!
As you navigate the admissions process, please contact me if I can ever help with anything. I hope to see you on campus in the future!
Elon University '15
Master of Business Administration
Elon University '10
B.S. in Business Administration
International Business concentration
Member of Beta Gamma Sigma honor society
Broome Community College '08
A.S. in Management
Member of Phi Theta Kappa honor society
Serve as the admissions representative for the following populations:
Gap Semester program
Collegiate Start @Elon
Alamance County high school students
Matthew Valle, Kaitlyn Schultz, (2011) "The etiology of top-tier publications in management: A status attainment perspective on academic career success", Career Development International, Vol. 16 Iss: 3, pp.220 - 237.
Member of the First Year Committee
Alamance Community College Transfer Advisory Committee
Admissions Counselor Hiring Committee
Application Review Committee
Watson & Odyssey Scholarship Selection Committee
Coordinate Fellows event weekend
Advisor of Women's Club Lacrosse
Member of the Carolina Heat Post-Collegiate Women's Lacrosse Team
Students in Transition Conference - October 2013
Continuing Education: Creating Transfer Student Pathways (University of South Carolina)