My admiration for the fine arts began since I made the choice to take an introductory art classes in eight grade. Since then, I continued pursuing primarily traditional art, but then even venturing to try other performing arts such as marching band and even dance. When deciding a path to pursue in college, there was a desire to keep on building on the creativity that had been developed in high school, leading me to pursue architecture. Having been a part of a variety of clubs and organizations in high school, when getting to UT the first thing I sought was different clubs and organizations outside of my major. I have been a part of different dance groups, architectural, and engineering clubs and even a part of a Greek organization. This diversity in organizations has led me to meet a variety of people across different majors showing me more of what UT has to offer in terms of population.
Director of Policy and Procedures for the Panhelenic Council at UT Austin; Member of Omega Delta Phi
What drew you to the Forty Acres Scholars Program (FASP)?
I was drawn to the Forty Acres Scholar Program because of the uniqueness of this scholarship in that it is a group of like-minded people as opposed to just a check you get in the mail. Getting to meet this cohort of students my first year showed me other driven studentslike me.