Program Coordinator, Rubenstein Scholars and Duke LIFE
Hometown: Kittrell, North Carolina
Hobbies: Coaching, reading fiction from Black voices, and finding the best vegan restaurant eats
Why Duke OUSF?
As an NC native it was important to me to work in an environment that not only impacted the population of people I was directly serving, but a space that was committed to the advancement of the community at large.
I was born and raised in rural North Carolina where all of my family originates, and being a first-generation, low income student is a large part of my journey to Duke. It is important to me to pay it forward and be a representation of the success that is possible with the right support and resources.
The best thing about working in OUSF is knowing that I am coming to the table with like-minded individuals who share my passion for providing students with the knowledge, skills, and confidence to continue being high achievers beyond the campus of Duke.