Major: Psychology
Minors: Music, Speech Pathology (MSUM)

What is your dream job after college and how do you want to make an impact?

I want to become a speech therapist. I'm super excited to be able to help others one day and hopefully make an impact in their lives. Concordia definitely stresses the idea of Becoming Responsibly Engaged in the World (BREW) and I hope that after my time here at Concordia this saying stays with me.

What year are you here at Concordia? 

I am a sophomore and will graduate in 2023.

What are you involved in on campus? What kind of work do you want to be known for?

I am super involved in singing here at Concordia, so I participate in Chapel Choir, Vocal Jazz, and Schola. I am always looking to join more and being a student ambassador has allowed me to also be involved with marketing and events.

What is your favorite Cobber tradition and why? What stories do you have to share about that tradition?

My favorite tradition, 100%, has to be the Christmas Concert. It's something I have been going to ever since I was a kid and I am blown away each year. Being in it last year and getting the opportunity to be directed by René Clausen was an incredibly special moment for me.

Tell us your favorite stop on tour and why it's your favorite. Why do you connect with the space?

My favorite stop on tour has to be when we overlook the north campus. It's always so peaceful with Prexy's Pond and is for sure an underrated part of campus.

Words of wisdom for prospective students? 

Choose a college where you feel at home, somewhere that you want to go – not somewhere you think you should go.

Why did you choose Concordia? Was there a defining moment in your college search process?

The biggest thing that stood out to me was the close-knit community here. I remember how my tour guide said hello to everyone and the friendly atmosphere was just so inviting. It didn't hurt that the music program is incredible.

What does it mean to be a Cobber in one word? 


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