I was born and raised in Little Rock, Arkansas and came to Lewis and Clark to pursue a liberal arts education in an unfamiliar part of the country. After graduating from high school, I spent a year serving as an intern for the National Park Service, which fostered my love of history and public service. I am currently double majoring in history and philosophy. I’m interested in 20th century U.S. social movements, feminist philosophy, ethics, and philosophy of language. Outside of academics, I served as a resident advisor in Hartzfeld Hall for two years before becoming a Resident Career Advisor in Roberts Hall. In the summer I teach sailing to students of all ages at Willamette Sailing Club and crew on Thistle sailboats in regattas across the Northwest. I also enjoy embroidery, baking challah, and hosting lively dinner parties. After graduation I hope to have more sailing adventures and later pursue a PhD in philosophy.
SAAB Grant Board
Dean’s List William Rottschaefer Award for Excellence in Philosophy (2019)
Clayton Morgareidge Award for Excellence in Service to Philosophy (2018, 2019) NWICSA All-Northwest Pete McKillop Sportsmanship Award (2019)
Alain Locke Fellow (2019)