Year in school: Sophomore
Hometown: Dodge City, Kansas
My earliest memory is thrifting matching K-State sweatshirts with my mom in my hometown.
Why did you choose K-State?
The architecture program is known nationwide and the community at K-State is extremely welcoming.
How are you involved at K-State?
I am involved in Women in Design, National Organization of Minority Architecture Students and the Developing Scholars Program. I am also a Smurthwaite Scholarship and Leadership House alumna.
What has been your favorite K-State experience?
My favorite experience is the close relationships I have built with my studio mates.
How does K-State care for Kansans in your hometown community?
The Bridges to the Future program helps many minority students transition from community college to K-State.
Why do you want to bring K-State to your community?
I want other first-generation students to know that attending university is possible and there are a variety of resources available at Kansas State University.