I was born and raised in Knoxville, Tennessee and am a southern belle through and through. I went to the University of Tennessee for undergrad and am a diehard Vols fan — Go Big Orange! I love being adventurous, traveling, and experiencing new things. After moving to San Diego, I worked in enrollment services at another institution before being blessed enough to work at PLNU.
I am a first-generation college graduate, which leads me to be extremely passionate about helping others accomplish their educational goals. Additionally, my mom is a nurse, so being able to work with nursing students in particular is genuinely an honor. Nurses have a very special place in my heart and I believe so much in the work they do.
I have lived in three countries other than the U.S. and I want to see as much of the world as I can.
“Growth is the willingness to relinquish proficiency.” - Hugh Ferguson Floyd
B.A. in Spanish with a Concentration in Hispanic Studies, Minor in Musicology, University of Tennessee
M.A. in Interpreting and Translation Studies, Wake Forest University