As the Coordinator for the Access, Diversity, and Inclusion team at the Graduate School, my primary responsibility is to manage the varied and complex logistics that make our programs, students, and Deans successful. Since joining the campus community in 2013, I have had the privilege of working in a variety of departments including Communications, Chemistry, and now, the Graduate School. In each role, working with students has overwhelmingly been the most rewarding and fulfilling aspect of my work.
My personal college experience was far from traditional. As a FLI student, I was a full-time working commuter student for my first year of college. I took the opportunity to experience as much as possible and pursued several different majors, including early childhood education, writing, and psychology. After several years of part-time enrollment and the births of my two children, I finally obtained my Bachelor’s degree in Social Sciences from Rider University in 2010.
As a FLI student, I sincerely appreciate all of the hard work and dedication it takes to overcome the challenges of graduate school. It is truly an honor to be part of the process for our Princeton grads and I look forward to supporting the journey for all!
Areas of responsibility:
- Coordination of the Prospective PhD Preview (P3)
- Support of affinity student organizations
- Support and coordination of the Diversity Fellows Program
- Coordination of ADI funding, including student support funds (GSSF and 6th Year Fellowship)
- Assistance with ADI programming
- Scheduling of the Diversity and Inclusion deans