Pembroke Pines, Florida.
I have the opportunity to be involved with Black & Gold Days, Anchor Days, and Programs for Talented Youth.
Alumni lawn is one of the most scenic and peaceful locations on any college campus in the country. This is the perfect place on campus for me to step away from my desk and enjoy the outdoors while listening to music, reading an interesting book, or checking my ESPN app to catch up on sports news.
I love public speaking, which is one of the perks of being an admissions counselor. Aside from my speaking responsibilities at Vanderbilt, I have served as a MC/host for step competitions and local events. I enjoy volunteering with youth-related community based organizations and speaking to youth about social-related issues, as well as developing leadership and character. I also wish I had more time to DJ parties! DJ/MC for hire!
The hardest class I've ever taken was Business Finance. I had a 200-question final.
I enjoy grabbing food with friends in the Gulch or Hillsboro Village. Since Nashville was voted one of the best cities for "Foodies" like me, I have a long list of restaurants to visit. I also enjoy running in the mornings at Centennial Park.
Don't judge me, but a few years ago I saw the Rockettes at the Grand Ol' Opry and they were amazing!
The moment I knew I was a Nashvillian is when I wanted to eat at Monell's restaurant for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
This one's easy: Monell's. Hand's down. Next question.
There is a dance from South Florida known as the "Lauderdale bop" and the "peanut butta jelly". (Not butter, but butta). Ask about me.
I use to own a beta fish. His name was Dasani, but he died, so I bought another fish. His name was Dasani Jr, also known as DJ. He also died. This taught me a valuable life lesson: beta fish don't last forever.
I would be a radio DJ or a professional hype man.
Live outside of your comfort zone and take chances. Nothing ever grows in a comfort zone.