Hometown: Midland, Michigan
Major/Minor/Institutes: Anthropology and International Studies major, Political Science minor, Ford concentration, member of Prentiss M. Brown Honors Program
Campus Organizations: Student Volunteer Bureau, InterVarsity Christian Fellowship, Albion College Dance Team, Delta Gamma sorority
Why I chose Ford: The Ford Institute is a great way to get involved in not only the campus community but the Albion community as well. My love for assisting others and making a change in the world I live in was a large factor in choosing Ford. I also enjoy the idea of public service in politics that can shape other people's lives for the better.
Best part of being a Briton: Feeling as though you are part of one huge family. In every aspect of college life here, you always feel as though someone is behind you, supporting you. I always feel like I can count on someone, and I feel like I am needed and wanted here; that is not something you find in every college.
Post-graduation plans: After I graduate, I would like to take a year off and work for the Department of State in foreign affairs or for the Peace Corps. After that I would like to go to graduate school to further my education in international cultural studies and politics.
Favorite movie about my future career: Argo
Current issue/topic that is important to me: Currently, I am interested in the Middle East (specifically the Arab-Israeli conflict). As of now, I am trying to find programs to study abroad in Jordan and learn Arabic.
Hometown: Lawton, Michigan
Major/Minor/Institutes: Public Policy major, Sociology minor, Ford concentration, member of Prentiss M. Brown Honors Program
Campus Organizations: Delta Gamma sorority, National Panhellenic Council, Albion College Student Senate, Model United Nations, Organization for Latino/a Awareness, Student Volunteer Bureau, Albion Review, Service Project Appalachia
Why I chose Ford: Ford seemed like a great place on campus for me to accomplish my goals by networking with my fellow students and with alumni. Ford has encouraged my passion for my field of study and has opened my eyes to the possibilities of further studies within it.
Best part of being a Briton: I can say hello to 10 people on my short walk from my dorm to my first class of the day. These people might be freshmen, seniors, or even staff members. I love the social atmosphere the small campus community promotes.
Post-graduation plans: I hope to attend graduate school somewhere in D.C. while working on my application to the CIA.
Favorite movie about my future career: The Bourne series
Current issue/topic that is important to me: International economic security and revitalization