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Degree(s) Held and from what Institution(s):
Bachelor of Science in business and marketing, Newbury College;
Juris Doctor of law, Western New England University School of Law
Two sentences summarizing you, and your experience at AIC:
I am new to AIC's admissions staff and bring with me five years of admissions experience. I began working in admissions as a sophomore in college, giving tours of my campus, and from then on I knew I wanted to have a career in higher education! In my spare time I enjoy running, reading, and hiking with my dog.
What I love about American International College:
I love that AIC is focused on the professional and educational growth of its students.
Why I love being an admissions counselor:
I love being an admissions counselor because I think that the admissions process can seem overwhelming for students. My job is to provide guidance and support, and make that process much easier.
Wildfire, by Nelson Demille
My Cousin Vinny
Favorite vacation destination:
Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
Something you might not know about me:
I played Division 3 basketball in college, and have also finished three half marathons! I really love sports!
"If it was easy, everyone would do it."
When I'm not at work, I can be found:
At the gym, reading a book, or outside with my dog!
Favorite college memory:
Finding out I received a full academic scholarship
Favorite childhood memory:
Scoring my first basket in a basketball game!
Name a person alive or deceased that you would like to meet and why:
I would love to meet my grandfather. I think it would be really interesting to hear about his decision to move his wife (my grandmother) and his seven children (my dad and his siblings) from Poland to America.
One thing you could not live without:
My family – they mean the world to me!
I love being active, so my favorite hobbies include running, spinning, and swimming!
If I won the lottery I would:
Give half to my parents. With my half, I would pay off my house and student loans, set up a trust fund for my sister, and give some money to charity. And, if I'm being honest, I would probably buy my dog an unlimited supply of her favorite chew toys!