Education: University of Mary Washington, Fredericksburg, VA
Bachelor of Arts with a double major in Classical Archeology and Communications & Digital Studies, with a minor in Museum Studies, expected May 2019

Education Abroad: Exploring museums in London, England

Honors & Awards:

  • Eta Sigma Phi (National Honor Society of Classics)
  • Recipient, National Latin Exam Certificate: Magna Cum Laude (2012, 2014)
  • Dr. George M. Van Sant Scholarship

Work Experience:

  • Host, Wild Wing Café, Charlottesville, VA (July 2014-present)
  • Resident Assistant at UMW (August 2017-present)
  • Tutor at the Digital Knowledge Center at UMW (August 2017-present)

Leadership Experience: Consul/Co-Consul, UMW Classics Club (2016-present)

  • Organize and attend meetings with officers concerning trips and activities
  • Previously served as Secretary, UMW Classics Club (2015-2016)

Coxswain, UMW Rowing Team (2016-present)

  • Provide enthusiasm, situational awareness, navigation and support to motivate the crew
  • Correct rowers’ technique

Chrysophylax/Treasurer for Eta Sigma Phi (2017-present)

  • Collect membership dues
  • Decide collaboratively where the money should be allocated

Monticello-University of Virginia Archaeological Field School (June 2017 – July 2017)

  • Archaeology excavation and laboratory experience

Skills:

  • Python, Java (BlueJ and Netbeans), and HTML understanding
  • Microsoft Office and Google Applications (Word, PowerPoint, Documents, Sheets)
  • Domain’s of One’s Own, WordPress, Image & Video Editing, Knightlab Storytelling Projects

Activities/Volunteer:

  • UMW Aubade Literary Magazine (2015-present)
  • UMW Historic Preservation Club (2015-present)
  • Volunteer, annual Ghostwalk, Mary Washington House, Victorian Ball
  • Volunteer, Multicultural Fair, Therapeutic Riding
  • Volunteer, National Museum of the Marine Corps

Projects:

Digital Archaeology: A few other people and I took apart a Spacemaker General Electric radio from the 1970s and mapped the pieces from where they came from.

HTML Website: A hand coded website in HTML about networks. I used Sublime Text, which is a text editor for markup code. It works really well with Mac OS X systems.

Kumu: This map displays the connection of different websites within Wikipedia.

Tiki-Toki: This was a side project for fun because I recently discovered Tiki-Toki and I liked the format of Tiki-Toki.

Canva Flyers: For various assignments, either class or work, I have made flyers for the event.
PotAPlant.pdf Stress Relief.pdf

Fredericksburg National Cemetery: This was group project with six other classmates for our Digital History class in the Spring of 2018.