Assistant Director, Multicultural Student Affairs
Home: Originally from central New Jersey
Currently in: Chicago, IL in the Uptown neighborhood (right near Argyle!)
Bio: I identify strongly as an ISFJ, Hufflepuff, Millennial, East Coast-er, dog person (who happens to have a pretty cute cat), and big sister! I am also an Aquarius born in the Year of the Tiger, but don’t feel as much affinity to those - but am always open to learning more about them!
Favorite quarantine activity: Blowing through entire seasons of TV shows in a few days. Recent faves include Avatar: The Last Airbender, Babylon Berlin, Never Have I Ever, and What We Do In The Shadows. I also recently started knitting again and have made a lot of progress on a blanket during my many Zoom meetings!
Favorite part of JubilAsian: I have been truly inspired by the creativity, thoughtfulness, and care that our amazing student committee members have shown towards each other and the broader APIDA community as we quickly shifted JubilAsian to a remote/virtual format. I am in awe of the way their vision and hopes have been reflected back to us by everyone who has shared their gifts of time and talent through their artwork and by being in community with us!
What does Boundless Solidarity mean to you?: A deep and enduring sense of kinship that emerges when we engage with each other from a place of empathy and love, and the collective strength and power we can build from those connections.