Throughout my life, I have been fortunate to have a variety of experiences in service that have shaped who I am and shaped my perspective. Growing up in Massachusetts, I was very fortunate. Not only sports team win wise, but also in the opportunities there.

Ever since I was little, I enjoyed working with other children. Whether it was playing with the younger children in my neighborhood, getting to be a bus helper for the kindergartner as a third grader, or getting to give a tour of our school to other students. This passion continued throughout my life. Last summer I worked as a summer camp counselor.

Another part of my life I have been fortunate to have opportunities in is learning about the medical field. As a dancer, anatomy has always interested me. Through this interest and many science classes, I have looked into the medical field. From my experiencing volunteering at a rehabilitation hospital, shadowing a doctor, and attending a pre-medical institute this love of science, anatomy, and medicine has grown.

My time at Muhlenberg will allow me to combine these two interests which will hopefully will lead me to a future position in the medical field where I am able to work with children.