Born and raised in Star Valley, Wyoming, I grew up a rural town (<2000 people). Coming from a long line of public servants, I embraced a commitment to public service and the public good. As a doctoral student in African history, I have come to believe–more than ever–in the ability of communities to know, address, and resolve their problems.
I am equal parts hiker, skier, and Chicken Tikka Masala lover.
I am in the Anthropology PhD program at Michigan State University focusing on Biological Anthropology. I am currently in my second year of the program. I received a BS in Anthropology from Texas State University and my MA in Applied Anthropology from Mississippi State University.
The Council of Graduate Students is an authorized student government on campus representing our graduate/professional students at various levels across Michigan State University. Our mission is to improve and advance graduate education in order to ensure the vitality of intellectual discovery.
Council of Graduate Students
Michigan State University
466 W. Circle Dr., Room 120
East Lansing, MI. 48824
120 Chittenden Hall
Current Office Hours
Monday-Friday 9am - 5pm
Closed for lunch from 12pm-1pm