Hephzibah, GA, where my family farm is located and Evanston, IL are my homes.
What do you do at Northwestern?
At Northwestern, I work with the Office of Multicultural Student Affairs as a Graduate Assistant offering support to Black students on NU’s campus.
What groups/ committees/ communities are you a part of at NU?
I am apart of the Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary and MSA communities.
What are you passionate about?
I am passionate about teaching, spiritual exploration and formation, the flourishing of black girls and women, advocating for youth, and making a difference in the world.
What are some moments/ accomplishments/ projects that you have been proud of?
Moment: A moment that made me proud was reading my acceptance letter to Yale Divinity School in 2016.
Accomplishment: I am a three-time recipient of the Fund for Theological Exploration’s Dissertation Fellowship.
Project: A project that makes me proud is serving children in the Evanston community through the Children’s Defense Fund’s Freedom Schools program.
Where can you be found around campus?
Garrett’s Styberg Library, The Black House, the MSA office or on the lakefront.
What do you like to do in your spare time?
In my spare time, I enjoy nature walks, boxing, yoga, cooking, caring for my 21 house plants, reading at coffee shops, collecting vinyl, going to hear live music, traveling and hosting friends for dinner.