This month we are highlighting influential women at Post University in honor of Women’s History Month. Read more at Women of Post.
Associate Director of Career Services, Employer Relations
Why do you think it is important for females to be represented in your respective field or in education?
I think that where we are today in society females are well represented in the career services field. However, what I do think is important, is for females to empower and encourage each other, so a female Career Advisor is better equip to advise the growing female population on college campuses.
Who was a female role model for you growing up or currently?
My Grandmother! She was my rock, my refuge and strength, all before I knew I would need it. She taught me how to be a fashionista before it was even a thing, a love for the arts and above all love not just for your family, but also your friends as they too become family.
Do you have a favorite memory from your time at Post?
My favorite memory was this past fall, bringing an exceptional group of Post Students to the Brooklyn Nets Networking Event. I couldn’t have been more proud on how the students were able to interact with the Front Office Staff at the Barclay Center. The way they presented themselves and represented Post University made me proud to be their Career Advisor.