- Hometown: Greenville, SC
What do you plan to study?
Politics and International Affairs, Pre-Law
Why did you want to be a Hearst Fellow?
I wanted to become a Hearst Fellow to not only learn leadership abilities, but I wanted to be able to cultivate that in my daily life; Along with establishing a connection and making an impact in my community from those skills.
What has coming to Furman meant to you?
During this period of change, Furman has established itself as a ray of hope and an embodiment of trust. Meaning that it has given me the chance to be successful and establish a community of friends that I can turn to without hesitation.
What do you like to do you in your spare time?
Read, watch movies and tv., play putt-putt/golf
What's a quirky fact about you, or what would the title of your autobiography be?
The title of my autobiography would be Trials and Tribulations: Strength from Voice, as mock trial and public speaking have helped me grow in various aspects of my life.
What organizations are you a part of?
Furman Mock Trial, Hearst Fellows, The Riley Institute