Position title: Student Organization Advising Specialist
Areas of Specialty:
Student Development, Advising, Program Coordination
B.S. in Community and Environmental Sociology and Educational Policy Studies, UW-Madison; M.S. in Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis, UW-Madison
Areas of Interest:
Personal interests include cooking and baking, games, puzzles, and trivia with friends, spending time outside (just not during the winter), and exercise/wellness.
I grew up in southeastern Wisconsin and found my way to Madison to work on my undergraduate degree as a transfer student. I loved it here so much, I’ve never left. After earning my undergraduate and graduate degrees on this campus, I continued working in student affairs as an undergraduate advisor and a graduate program coordinator. I love helping students navigate their own, unique paths into and through college and see student involvement as a valuable piece of finding a fit and making this experience meaningful.
“Whatever you are, be a good one.” -Abraham Lincoln
“As you notice the ways other people bloom, may you remember the ways you are blooming too.” -Morgan Harper Nichols
What do you think every student should know about the UW-Madison campus?
UW-Madison is a big place where finding your fit could come easily or could be more of a challenge, but you are not alone in navigating the options and resources available to you as you work to lay your own path. Be curious and willing to engage with something new to you. Seek out opportunities that will help you explore new interests, build new skills, and meet new people.