Graduation Date: Spring 2011
Major/Program: Special Education
Minors: Emotionally Impaired and Science Education
Hometown: Brooklyn, MI
Why did you choose WMU?
I visited on a fall day when the colors were beautiful and I felt at home.
Favorite aspect of the University:
Inspirational experiences at WMU have helped me realize my potential.
Experience that was most helpful in preparing you at WMU:
WMU experiences give you the most opportunity for growth and allow you to make an impact on people’s lives. You build relationships that will truly become unforgettable; I know I will always hold them close to my heart.
What is the funniest thing you've witnessed at WMU?
O wow, there are so many. When I was an orientation leader I was giving a tour of campus and I was walking and talking and walked right into a chair cemented to the ground. My group laughed about it all day : ). I laughed so hard because it hurt so bad I wanted to cry.
Favorite faculty/staff member?
I have had so many wonderful mentors here at WMU. Here are some that helped me grow: Dr. Summy, Dr. Whitten, Kristin Foust, Dr. Anderson and Jen Bailey.
Greatest accomplishment in life so far:
Accepted into the special education program was definitely a great accomplishment. Graduating from the program next year will be an even greater one!
Remember the Titans
Favorite Kalamazoo Hangout:
The Student Organization Center (SOC). You can always meet wonderful people there and learn about the great opportunities western has to offer. Also, Waldo Stadium--Go Broncos!