- Hometown: Pawleys Island, SC
What do you plan to study?
Why did you want to be a Hearst Fellow?
I wanted to become a Hearst Fellow because it would allow for a greater opportunity to achieve new things out of the norm. Becoming close to the people in Hearst allows for a backboard to bounce off of if I need someone to turn to. Having a family to turn back to and a mentor to be able to lean on that knows specifically who I am and not just knowing me as a number.
What has coming to Furman meant to you?
Furman has felt like a second home and where I belong. It feels like a wonderful community already and I know they are here to support me with whatever I need. Making friends has been easy because everyone is easy to talk to.
What do you like to do you in your spare time?
In my spare time, I like to go on the boat or to the beach. I also love to shop everywhere for new clothes to wear. Overall, I like to just be around friends and family and always have a good time.
What's a quirky fact about you, or what would the title of your autobiography be?
A quirky fact about me is I have 84 pairs of earrings. I am also a Pacific Islander.
What organizations are you a part of?