- Best Communication Award in the Graduate Case Study Competition, NODAC 2012 (October 2012)
- Recognition from the IN8 Reticent Society of James Madison University for contributions to the university (November 2011)
A voice-over powerpoint highlighting certain talking points from Chapter 5 of "Job One: Experiences of New Professionals in Student Affairs", by Molly Reas.
A short excerpt from a paper, written for Legal Issues, on hazing. The importance of "foreseeability" as one of the 5 factors in determining negligence is expanded upon.
To serve universities and their students as a professional in the field of Student Affairs, to continue to grow as a member of the profession, and to enhance the college experience for university students by demonstrating a positive influence and example.
Safe Harbor Advocate (September 2012 - Present)
I-Lead Conference Facilitator (September 2012)
National Orientation Directors Association (NODA) Member (September 2012 - Present)
National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA) Member (January 2013 - Present)
Concentration in Student Affairs