Graduation year: 2014
Hometown: Granger, IN
Why JustCo? As the representative for Student Global AIDS Campaign in JustCo, I hope that being a part of JustCo will allow me to use my knowledge and learn from other student's knowledge about what it means to effectively seek and implement Christ-like justice.
About me: I was born and raised in South Bend, IN where my dad works as a general and vascular surgeon and my mom stays at home. I am the middle child and have 4 sisters. I hope to go to medical school after I graduate from Wheaton and can see myself working overseas for at least part of my adult life. Within medicine, I would like to continue to study discrepancies in justice as it applies to individual and community health.
Why Wheaton? What sets Wheaton apart from other colleges is the excitement of the student body to learn and be thoughtful about their spiritual and academic lives.
Favorite place you’ve traveled? Kijabe, Kenya
Describe Wheaton in three words: Continuously encouraging growth.
Most memorable experience at Wheaton: Going out to Boston for the Head of the Charles Regatta to row for Crew
Favorite CU or campus event: The Gungor Concert
What does justice mean to you? To me, justice means defending the disadvantaged as a means of restoring dignity and actively loving our neighbors.