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Temple University – Diamond Peer Teaching Intern
Diamond Marching Band – Flute Section Leader
Sigma Alpha Iota – Corresponding Secretary, Community Service Chair
Association for Information Systems – Events Committee
General: Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint
Analytics: Tableau, Google Analytics
Data Visualization: PiktoChart, Canva, Venngage
Languages: English – Native, Spanish – Conversational, Japanese – Conversational, Arabic – Beginner
I am from a small town outside of Reading, Pennsylvania. In high school, I participated in a wide array of activities to keep me entertained in the small town. I was on the volleyball and basketball teams, played the flute in concert band, marching band and the Reading Symphony Youth Orchestra, played the baritone saxophone in jazz band, sang in the choir, and competed on our schools Quiz Bowl team.
I decided to trade in this “relaxed” country life for the fast-paced city life in Philadelphia at Temple University. I originally declared International Business Administration as my major because I am fascinated by foreign cultures and enjoy learning other languages. I strongly believe it is important for businesses to adapt to the growing international environment, especially with the realm of technology connecting the world today. I switched my major to Management Information Systems because I am passionate about technology and can see the growing need for experts in the business world.
Though I am no longer an International Business major, I aspire to travel for my career. At Temple, I have already had so many great opportunities to travel. I have traveled with the marching band to Florida, Connecticut, Washington D.C., and Notre Dame (Indiana), studied abroad in Tokyo, and competed in a national competition in Dallas, TX. I am extremely excited to see where in the world my professional career will next lead me!