I graduated from Concordia University Chicago in 2010, where I pitched for the baseball team for four years. Over my fours there, we won 123 games, including earning the school’s first regional berth my junior year. After completing my MBA from Loyola University Chicago in 2013, I joined NCSA part-time in a data entry role. Since then, I have held nearly a half dozen roles with the company, but I settled into my current role of social media coordinator in early 2016. From day one I have loved working for NCSA, and it has been an absolute joy helping every student-athlete and family that I have come into contact with. I am extremely passionate about social media marketing and how it can be used to help our student-athletes get to the next level. While I work with Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Snapchat as part of my job, you can also find me frequenting multiple social media sites in my free time. Outside of work, I write for one of the more prominent Cubs blogs, Baseball Prospectus Wrigleyville, and even have over 2,000 followers on my personal Twitter account (I’m still working to get verified, though). When I’m not on social media, I love exploring all that Chicago has to offer. The Field Museum and the Shedd Aquarium are two of my favorite places in the city, and the countless number of street festivals over the summer are where you’ll find me when it’s actually warm out. However, there is no place I’d rather be in my free time than watching the 2016 World Series Champion Chicago Cubs at Wrigley Field.