I am a motivated and compassionate student here at Princeton University and I am very excited about tutoring new students. My experiences working as a counselor at Badger Boys State (BBS) have shown me how fun it can be to work with high achieving high school students and demonstrates my capacity to do so effectively. I have been a counselor for a week long youth leadership program for three years, and each year I learn more about myself as well as about how to make a learning environment fun and inclusive.

I love the outdoors and exploring new places. I enjoy traveling and have been very lucky to have gone on a number of international trips; taking a gap year in Senegal was by far the most powerful of such experiences. My time traveling has sparked a desire in me to learn as much as possible about others and to try to understand things from their perspective, and its probably why I've gotten interested in anthropology here at school! I'm also very interested in sustainability. I grew up off-grid on an organic permaculture farm in Wisconsin so ideas about sustainable living have been floating around my head since I was little.


Education: Princeton University
Undergrad Major: Anthropology or Philosophy

High School:

Awards & Honors: Valedictorian, American Legion Boys Nation Senator, The National FFA Organization: Farm Business Management Career Development Experience (Sectional Contest: 2nd Individual; State Contest: 3rd Individual, 1st Team; Silver Rating at Nationals), Math Team: 1st Team All Conference (Two Years), Contest High Score, Badger Boys State Participant, Badger Boys State Councilor, School Daughters of the American Revolution, Good Citizen Award Winner, National Honor Society Member, Prom King, Homecoming Representative, Track and Field Varsity Letter, Conference Runner-up Pole Vault, Wrestling Varsity Letter
Interests & Activities: Math Team Member, Head Lighting Technician of School Musicals (The Sound of Music, South Pacific, Cats), Assistant Lighting Technician for Local Theatre, Robotics Team (Senior Member), Drama Club (Founding Member), Forensics: Play Acting Gold Rating at State, Track and Field, Wrestling, Lifeguard at Kickapoo Pool, Self Created Landscape Maintenance Business, Community Service Abroad (Haiti, Guatemala, Tanzania), Community Dinner Organizing Committee, Elementary Track and Field Day Volunteer, S&S Cycles Pancake Breakfast Fundraiser (Volunteer), Kickapoo Country Fair (Volunteer), Tutor, FFA Food Stand (Volunteer)
ACT Scores: 30 Composite, 30 English, 27 Math, 30 Reading, 32 Science, 8 Writing
AP Exams: 4 US History, 4 Biology, 4 English Language & Comp
SAT Subject Tests: 720 Molecular Biology, 670 Math Level I


Other Awards: Wilson College RCA, Princeton Bridge Year Participant in Senegal, Juggling Club President
Other Interests & Activities: Princeton Studies Food, Human Values Forum, Project Solidarity, Princeton Prison Electives Project, Juggling Club, Ceramics Studio, Princeton Students for Gender Equality, Princeton for Social Justice
Location: Princeton University

Scroll to Top