Associate Director of Admissions
Territories: Idaho, Iowa, Kansas, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, Wyoming; China (including Hong Kong and Taiwan)
Additional Responsibilities: Communications & Campus Visits
Hobbies: I've been called foodie, techie, bookworm, jock, shopaholic and design-geek. I'm an early adopter, wine spectator, music appreciator and rabid consumer of media. I'm also a terribly inconsistent exercise enthusiast.
Bumper-sticker philosophy: "Not all who wander are lost."
In college, I studied: International Business, Philosophy, French, Mandarin
On my reading list: Brandwashed by Martin Lindstrom, anything from the TED Books list, the latest issue of Fast Company magazine, and whatever happens to come up in my RSS reader (currently Feedly). Oh, and I'm one of those people who actually "reads" cookbooks.
Best thing to do when visiting Bryn Mawr: Take it all in: sites, sounds, smells, and especially the students! Pay close attention to how it all makes you feel, and let that be your guide as you determine if Bryn Mawr is the right fit for you physically, academically, financially and socially.
Why Bryn Mawr? I came to Bryn Mawr because of its dynamic history, formidable academic reputation, gorgeous campus and bright, diverse student body. What I have found here, however, is a community that is so much more than the mere sum of its parts. Bryn Mawr is a truly unique fabric of students, faculty, and staff who are bold, thoughtful, imaginitive, articulate, and not afraid to push the boundaries of what's possible.