I received my undergraduate degree from Roger Williams University in May 2017, and was incredibly fortunate to accept a position at BISB immediately following my graduation. I graduated as a double-major in Anthropology/Sociology and History, and worked for four years in college as peer writing tutor. Some of my other professional experiences include various internships, work as an office assistant at a summer camp in New Hampshire, and serving as a social science research assistant.
In college, I was involved with various extracurricular clubs and organizations, including a group called Peer Pals where we organized events for members of the organization L.I.F.E out of Bristol, Rhode Island. I also served as president of our college A Cappella group. I have always been interested in applying my knowledge and interests to the field of education.
I feel that BISB is unique because both the curriculum itself, as well as the staff, provide a basis for each student to succeed individually, while also belonging to a close-knit larger group. BISB incorporates students and staff from various backgrounds and cultures, and encourages a celebration of diversity.