Assistant Director of Admission
Central Michigan University
1. What did you study in college? Was your plan to enter the school counseling world?
2. What inspires you most about your job?
3. What is the best part of what you do?
4. How has being a member of WACAC helped you?
6. What is one piece of advice you would give a new admissions counselor or high school counselor?
Don't work TOO hard. Obviously, work hard. But don't forget to have some fun along the way. Travel can be a grind, but take advantage of the time and places you get to explore when not being home. Whether that is somewhere in the state of Wisconsin, or if you travel to different states; take advantage of where you are. Go to the Madison zoo. Check out that local brewery (after your visits and fairs!). Go hiking in that state park. Make sure to have some fun with your job!
7. What's an interesting fact about you that has nothing to do with admissions counseling?
I was cast as an extra for Chicago Fire this past year, but got an email the day before that said they were reducing the amount of people needed and I didn't make the cut. BUT, I still have the email stating I was, in fact, part of the cast!