Title: Senior associate director for undergraduate recruitment
Responsibilities: Overseeing transfer student recruitment and admissions activities including traveling/recruiting in Virginia community colleges, representing the office and university at off-campus recruitment events and meeting with prospective transfer students. Also, writing, editing and overseeing transfer-related content for admissions publications and on the website, and assisting with marketing and recruitment strategic planning and implementation.
High school: Highland Springs High School in Highland Springs, Va.
College: Hampton University, Bachelor of Science in Psychology; Virginia Commonwealth University, Master of Education in Counselor Education with a concentration in college student development and counseling
I’ve lived in Richmond all of my life. After I graduated from college, I returned home to be with family and friends. VCU seemed like a natural transition for me right after college because I was so used to being in a collegiate environment.
Goal-oriented, busy and comfortable
I love having prospective students share their goals and dreams with me while I share what VCU has to offer to help them achieve those aspirations.
What I enjoy most is hearing the excitement in a prospective student’s voice after they’ve been notified that they are being offered admission into VCU.
Definitely the Barnes & Noble @ VCU store. What can I say, I love to shop!
I would like to try out for a roller derby league, but I’m not too sure I’m tough enough for that and I bruise really easily.
“The Notebook,” by Nicholas Sparks
The perfect Sunday afternoon would be Mother’s Day. My entire family always gathers together at a relative’s home in Hanover County for a huge dinner. It’s always great to be around my family for great food, fun and fellowship.
I went through so many phases. To name a few, I wanted to be a painter/artist, stockbroker, makeup artist for celebrities and an elementary school teacher.
I love white chocolate mochas with a shot of vanilla.