What is your role?
In my role as
Service-Learning Coordinator, I connect community partners with faculty who
teach courses with a community engagement component.
your favorite part about working at the CSCE?
The best thing
about my job is getting to connect with and learn from the amazing community
partners and faculty members who are at the heart of what we do. I truly
appreciate the generous and creative ways that community partners work with
students and faculty to support community engaged teaching and learning.
Supporting the people who are doing the real work of social change keeps me
coming to work every morning- that, and Americanos.
your professional and educational background?
I’ve been with the
Center for six happy years and am an SU alum (Philosophy). I’m currently pursuing a Masters degree in Applied and
Professional Ethics through the
University of Leeds.
What is something people would be surprised to
know about you?
When I’m not working or going to school, I’m
into beekeeping, hiking, and doing nothing in particular.