Pronouns: She / her / hers
- M.Ed. in Higher Education and Student Affairs Administration, University of Vermont
- B.A. in Philosophy and Religious Studies, University of California at Santa Barbara
- ALA 240: Living Well in College and Beyond
- Creating an inclusive culture of well-being on campus, from the systemic to the individual level
- Consulting with faculty and staff in support of student well-being
- Graduate student well-being and mental health
- Health equity, social justice, diversity, equity and inclusion
- Wellness Coaching
- Motivational Interviewing
- Alcohol and other drug prevention and intervention
- Body Image
- Sleep Hygiene
- Healthy Relationships/Relational Intelligence
- Redefining "self-care"
- Emotional Intelligence: Mindfulness, Resilience, and attention to failure
- … and how they all intertwine and intersect!
Strengths: Helping students find their own wisdom to make changes through connectedness, empathy, positivity and manageable goal-setting.
Approach to wellness: There are many systemic barriers to health and well-being that must be named and challenged. I believe in the power of looking at wellness critically, holistically, and interculturally. A holistic approach allows us to address and attend to the expected and unexpected fluctuations in life, and harness resiliency for the times in our lives that challenge us.
Personal Interests: I am a mama above all else. I have two young children who fill my life with light, love, and constant tests to my patience, mindfulness, and equipoise. I am also a wife, sister, daughter, athlete, deep-friendship-embracer, outdoorsy-person, winter-lover, morning-person, extrovert-who-needs-alone-time, and science/health/wellness nerd. In my limited spare time you can find me playing with my family, eating spicy food, and lifting heavy weights.