CWIT Scholar, C15
Major: Computer Engineering
When I am asked about my college experience, I always mention CWIT because I love to brag about the community and all it has to offer. My college experience was changed for the better because of the CWIT summer retreat because I met the people that I was going to live with before the start of the semester. Living on the LLC is great because everyone is in the same classes and can just knock on your neighbor’s door to get help. Additionally, I always feel the support of the CWIT directors at events and during the monthly one-on-one meetings. These meetings are designed to keep us on track with our semester goals. Recently, my meetings have been about salary negotiations, budgeting, and house hunting as I prepare to graduate. After graduating, I will be working full-time at the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Lab, an opportunity which was made available to me at a CWIT networking event. Outside of the CWIT community, I am involved in Tau Beta Pi (an engineering honors society), Society of Women Engineers (SWE), and Alpha Sigma Alpha sorority.