During my time as a student at the University of Mississippi, I was given many amazing opportunities to become heavily involved on campus. Each organization I was a part of, from Associated Student Body (ASB) to my fraternity, contributed to my development as not only a well-rounded person but also as s servant leader. Through many of these organizations, I spent a great deal of time traveling in and out of the Lyceum, which is home to many of my great experiences and ironically, the heart of the university too. As a first-generation college student, the organizations that I became a part of, truly helped me get to know and fall in love with the University of Mississippi. The friendships and connections that I have made go beyond college; they are lifelong. Looking back, I can remember the doubts and fears I had about going to a college where I knew no one, yet today I couldn’t be happier that I took that risk as this place is now my home away from home.
Hometown: Jackson, MS
Degree: B.A. in Political Science and B.A. in Economics
Claiborne, Copiah, Hinds, Holmes, Humphreys, Issaquena, Jefferson, Sharkey, Warren, Washington, and Yazoo counties in Mississippi, and the states of Iowa, Minnesota, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Wisconsin.