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Education

Grand Valley State University

B.S., Biology and Behavioral Science

2004
Ball State University

M.Ed., Student Affairs in Higher Education

2006
Willamette University MBA

M.B.A., Business

2010

Career Path

Interview Highlights

Best Career Advice

“Having some balance and having moments where you can frolic and enjoy life and appreciate what you have been able to accomplish over time is so valuable.”

Career Challenge

Even as a young professional, you have a choice whether you stay or you go. And sometimes for me growing up where I grew up, I would tell myself that, ‘you just have to be strong, you have to power through, don’t be a punk.’ Do you know what? — it wasn’t worth it. The amount of sleepless nights and the amount of psychological and spiritual distress that I experienced, especially in the later years, there were no trophies that I got after I endured horrible mistreatment for years and years before I decided I’m going to transition.”

Skills

Leadership, Fundraising, Community Outreach, Nonprofits, Program Development, Strategic Planning, Research, Policy, Higher Education, Budgets, Data Analysis, Public Speaking, Talent Acquisition, Volunteer Management, Time Management, Interviews

 

 

Professional Interests

Dr. Dambisa Moyo, Brené Brown, Joel Peterson, EY, Kaiser Permanente, Nike, Diversity Recruitment and Career Seekers Network, Diversity Equity & Inclusion Recruiting Strategy Group, The Leadership Program (Portland, Oregon), Willamette University MBA, Muskegon Community College, Ball State University

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