I am a service-driven student at the University of Georgia with experience in leadership in the Church as well as in professional settings. I am innovative and a problem solver with attention for detail.
Competing in dressage competitions from a young age until now has instilled hard work, dedication, and attention to detail. I am self-motivated as a competitor and these skills have spilled over into my academic and professional life. I have won over 30 regional titles as well as a national championship in 2009.
Managing over 50 student workers at a time during operation hours at Oglethorpe and Bolton Dining Hall. Assisted in insuring the food safety and quality for our patrons. Training new student workers as well as scheduling and planning special events.
As president of the Episcopal Center, I helped the other members of our board excel in their leadership role as well as plan special events, outreach, property upkeep, preparing dinner for our congregation, and planed our Spring 2012 mission trip to Savannah, Georgia.
Minor in Religion
Member of the Episcopal Center from 2008-current
Worked part time from 2010-current
Member of Beta Club, junior and senior year
Actively trained and showed horses while graduating with honors and AP credit
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