I attended and graduated from the University of Michigan with a bachelor’s degree in sport management. Although I was not on a varsity roster, I was able to continue my athletic career with the men’s club volleyball team. During my time in Ann Arbor, I was also fortunate enough to work alongside the Michigan Women’s Volleyball coaching staff, which gave me great insight into the college recruiting process. After learning about the process and experiencing it first-hand, I want to be able to assist families with this long and tedious process.
I joined NCSA as a recruiting coordinator so that I can help high school athletes find the best fit, academically and athletically, at the next level. Choosing what college/university to attend after high school can be a long, stressful decision, especially when that person is trying to extend their athletic career as well. I want to provide student-athletes and their families the answers to their questions and help guide them to the best opportunity for their future.
My favorite part about NCSA is the people. Everyone here shares two similar passions: sports and the desire to help others. This is a culture and environment that allows me to have a career that revolves around sports, while also gives me the opportunity to make a difference. Each family that we are able to help with the recruiting process means one more kid gets to live out their dream of becoming a college student-athlete.