I graduated in 2006 from James Madison University. Thanks to the incredible opportunities, leadership experiences, and faculty & staff who poured into me while in college, I decided I wanted to work full-time on a college campus. While working as a Resident Director at the University of South Carolina, I earned my master’s degree in 2008 in Higher Education & Student Affairs. Later, I moved to Washington, DC and served as a Community Director at the George Washington University for a couple years. Then one day, I got the unexpected call that my dream job was opening up at Belmont University—working with college students, helping them develop personally and professionally within the realm of music and entertainment... Could it get any better?
I manage all of CEMB’s Enrichment programming which ranges from seminars to any music/entertainment related student organization, to the Curb Café, Showcase Series, and more. If you are looking to get involved or just need someone to talk to, I’d love to help! Stop by my office in Massey 213 or shoot me an email. I want your time at Belmont to be as meaningful as my college experience was!