BM in Piano Performance, The Peabody Institute of the Johns Hopkins University
Area(s) of Interest: Music, TV/film, Visual arts, Fine arts, Performing arts, Dance, Arts/music festivals, Nonprofit work, PR/Marketing
Experience: After working for the Admissions Office on federal work-study, I took on a full-time official offer as an Admissions Officer during my gap year.
Ideal Job in 10 Years: I’d like to lead a program that encourages innovation and uniqueness with a diverse team of creative and supportive individuals.
What led you to enroll in the MSLCE program at Northwestern? MSLCE’s unique approach to leading teams that is not limited to one subset of an artistic area is what drew me to the program. Here, I am excited to learn what it means to be well-prepared for well-rounded communities of creativity.
What are you most looking forward to about the MSLCE program? internship! while I am looking forward to being a student in the program itself, I am excited to apply valuable skills I have obtained from MSLCE to real-world experiences
If you could have lunch with one person (living or dead), who would it be? my best friend Lauren! we live across the country from each other and don’t get to meet very often. we always have the best most chaotic time together <3333
Favorite (song/movie/podcast/show/festival/exhibition…) Favorite piece of music: Brahms Piano Concerto No. 2 in Bb Major. Favorite TV show: The Office
Where are you from? Irvine, CA, USA