What is your idea of perfect happiness?
Surrounding yourself with loved ones and having a career you truly enjoy.
What is your greatest fear?
My biggest fear would be failure. With graduation approaching, I hope to obtain a job in the ER and I could only hope my hard work will pay off.
What trait do you like least about yourself?
The trait I like least about myself would be my need to want to please everyone. I am constantly working to please others, which can become very stressful at times.
Which historical figure do you most identify with?
I’m not sure I have a lot in common with this person, but Jackie Kennedy is my favorite historical figure. She is the ideal symbol of class within society and under such scrutiny in the public she continued to present herself with a great deal of charisma. I hope to someday portray the same qualities.
Who is someone you’ve met at Indiana State you’ll remember the rest of your life?
Emily Cannon. She was my Med Surg 1 professor and clinical instructor. She truly inspired me to be the best nurse I can be. She has the best personality and is such a wonderful person to look up to. She has given me great advice to help me through nursing school and life in general. I can’t thank her enough!
Which talent would you most like to have?
I would like to be able to dance. I am so uncoordinated.
What do you consider your greatest achievement?
Being accepted and into Indiana State University’s Nursing program and working towards graduating and becoming a registered nurse. I’ve been given some of the greatest experiences of my life during my four years in college.
If you were to die and come back as a person or thing, what do you think it would be?
I would come back as a horse. Specifically, a horse who competes for the Triple Crown.
What do people notice first about you?
I have a bad nervous habit of messing with my hair. My friends say it has become quite a distraction to them during class.
What does BLUE mean to you?
What BLUE means to me is, Indiana State University coming together as one. Each student contributes to the campus by being involved in activities and organizations. Together, we make ISU a better place.
I am in the AmeriCorps organization, where I volunteer at the Wabash Valley Health Center (formerly St. Ann’s Clinic), and ISU has been recognized for two years in a row for being No.1 for service. It is a great school to be a part of because of the continuous accomplishments for the university overall, as well as each student.