I am originally from Hopkinton, Massachusetts, a small town just west of Boston. I grew up playing soccer and running track, but would play just about any sport recreationally and have a strong passion for what athletics can do for a student.
After hanging up my jerseys, I attended Quinnipiac University in Hamden, Connecticut, where I would graduate with a degree in Business Management. Following the conclusion of the 2019-20 academic year, I decided to pursue a career in recruiting. I would later gain experience recruiting in different fields from healthcare to sports. Beginning in 2021, I would find myself with an opportunity at NCSA to impact student athletes and families in a way that I could not pass up.
The most rewarding part of working for NCSA is that I get to be a guiding light for student athletes and their families en route to an experience with college athletics that will impact them for life. As much as I love being able to talk sports all day with athletes and their loved ones, the positive influence that joining a college roster can have on a student is the driving force behind my enthusiasm for the role that I am in. Besides working at NCSA, I am an avid Boston sports fan who loves watching and attending basketball and football games at all levels, and sporting events of any kind with friends and family. I am both excited and determined to bring this passion for sports to NCSA and help share the value of athletics with aspiring athletes and their families.