Every year the Marist Young Adult Program has a campaign to raise awareness and funds for a cause. Our "Can't Keep Calm" campaign benefits Educate for Change, a group in northern Uganda that provides scholarships to students.
This group picture was taken at an October 2014 retreat for high school seniors and juniors from MA, NJ, and NY.

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Marist Young Adult Program

Advisory Committee Chair, Retreat Leader, and Blogger

June 2012-Present

  • Leads retreats and leadership conferences for high school students from the United States, Mexico, and Canada to encourage self-growth and self-esteem and to demonstrate the importance of community and diversity
  • Oversees the planning and execution of social, spiritual, and service centered events for college students in Florida, Illinois, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, and Texas since January 2015
  • Contributes to program’s blog (http://www.maristyoungadult.com/category/blog/) and helps manage program’s Twitter and Instagram accounts (@MaristYAdult)



This photo was taken at the Marist Youth Gathering, a leadership event I led for high school students from across the US, Canada, and Mexico.

Pforzheimer Honors College Council

Newsletter Committee Member: Contributer

September 2013- Present

The Honors Council acts as an opportunity for Honors students to take charge of their Honors experience by acting as the student leaders for the Honors community as a whole.

As a contributer to the Honors newsletter, The Honors Herald, I have submited poemsessays, and recipes.

In the March 2015 Honors College newsletter I wrote the front page article, a reflection on my internship at Scholastic Inc. http://issuu.com/pacehonorsnyc/docs/honors_newsletter_march_2015_5/1