Born in Africa, raised in America, I appreciate diversity. I love being involved and helping others out whenever and however I can. In order to lead others I strive to serve others first.
I hope this finds you in good spirits!
Pull up a carpet square and let me tell you a little bit more about myself.
I was born and raised here in Dayton Ohio. I went to High School just down the road at Beavercreek High. For College, I ventured up I-75 to Bowling Green State University. Go Falcons! While up at BG, I got involved with Student Activities got accepted to the University of Dayton for a Master's Degree in Higher Education. After Grad School and a two and half year stint at Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi, I have arrived at Wright State!
Come stop by my office, located in 019 Student Union, to talk about a program, a idea you have or just to chat!
I was born and raised in Cleveland, Ohio where I became extremely involved in sports and greatly enjoyed the camaraderie of leading and working with a team at Bedford High School. After high school, I came to Wright State University receiving my Bachelor of Science in Management from the Raj Soin College of Business in 2015.
As the former President of the Association of Black Business Students, I fell in love with programing and building up my community. I enjoy challenging others to reach their full potential because we are all great! Working with ABBS gave me a sense of inclusion that let me know that we were not just an organization but a team. I would even go as far as saying we were a family. As a proud Raider, that experience lead me into pursuing my Master’s degree in Student Affairs in Higher Education at WSU. Every student should have a support system to help develop and challenge them into becoming great leaders of our society.
I joined the Student Activities staff in May 2015 as the Graduate Assistant for Campus Programs and University Activities Board’s advisor. Wright State has helped me grow and develop and I cannot wait to return the favor to other students.