University of South Carolina Honors College

Class of 2021

Cumulative GPA: 4.0/4.0

Studying International Business, Global Supply Chain & Operations Management, Psychology, French, and Business Data Analytics.

Honors: Top Scholar/McNair Scholarship Award Recipient, President’s List (4/4 semesters), Dean’s List (4/4 semesters), Passport Travel Grant Recipient, “I Want Moore” Travel Grant Recipient

Involvements: Resident Mentor, Youth Refugee Tutor and Adult Conversational Volunteer, Top Scholar Peer Leader, Top Scholar Buddy, Top Scholar Host Team

Program Rankings: #1 Undergraduate International Business Program | #1 Public Honors College in the United States


International Study Experience

Visited the Kingdom of Eswatini, which is known to many by its former name, Swaziland. Met with local artisans to learn of the role that local craftspeople play in the emerging Swazi economy.



Studied the economic history of Mozambique, specifically its separation from Portuguese rule and a variety of influencing factors that have greatly affected the current state of the Mozambican economy, such as a huge influx of Chinese investment in infrastructure.



Studied the development of emerging enterprises within the context of the Post-Colonial African economy. Met with representatives from organizations such as African National Parks and AngloGold Ashanti, discussing the current conditions of the African business environment, as well as pressing operational challenges such as relations with indigenous tribes and backlash resulting from a broader progression away from an agriculture-based economy.



NORWAY (2018)

Studied the economic effects of Norway’s dominant petroleum sector, renowned social welfare programs, and strict government regulations

Volunteer Experience

Youth Refugee Tutor and Adult Conversational Volunteer

Sep. 2018 - Dec. 2018

Link Crew Member

May 2015 - May 2017

FBLA Chapter Officer

May 2015 - May 2017

SouderTHON Committee Lead

Feb. 2017

UrbanPromise Volunteer

July 2016

Special Olympics Pennsylvania Volunteer

May 2015, May 2016

DMC Mentorship Group Member

Oct. 2014 - May 2015

Youth Tennis Coach

Jul. 2013 - May 2017

Youth refugee tutor & adult conversational volunteer—Tutored elementary-aged refugee children from countries such as Kenya and Democratic Republic of Congo. Demonstrated mathematical reasoning, verbal communication, and reading comprehension skills through teaching hands-on practice activities. Provided verbal language practice and educational support for adult refugees as they practiced their English language skills.

Link crew member—Served as part of a highly-competitive upperclassmen student group who planned and implemented freshman orientation programming, as well as supported freshman students in small group capacities.

FBLA chapter officer—Served two years as a chapter officer with Future Business Leaders of America in leadership positions on various event planning committees for dozens of community service events. Coordinated promotional activities, created social media plans, distributed important information to student members, and communicated with community members on a daily basis, addressing any questions or concerns and responding promptly to volunteer opportunities for the organization. Oversaw documentation of volunteer assignments, member registration paperwork, meeting minutes, and monthly newsletters, as well as the organization of other pertinent community service event documents.

SouderTHON committee lead—served as on the event committee for a local pediatric cancer dance marathon fundraiser to benefit the Peter Powerhouse Foundation. Responsibilities included coordinating student volunteer assignments, overseeing marketing/public communication with outlets in the community, and logging approximately $40,000 of cash, check, and online donations.

UrbanPromise—Spent a week assisting at a youth ministry summer camp for underprivileged children grades five through eight in Camden, NJ. Served as a buddy to elementary and middle school children, as well as assisting with class teaching, document organization, and facility maintenance.

Special Olympics—Volunteered with the Special Olympics for their events at Souderton Area High School. Assisted setting up events, preparing facilities, timing races, and distributing medals.

DMC Mentorship Group—Worked with a team of students as part of an educational mentorship group to gain non-profit marketing experience through the creation of a pro-bono promotional campaign for Keystone Opportunity Center, a local food bank and homeless shelter. Presented comprehensive final marketing plan for Keystone's largest annual fundraising event to a panel of internship advisors, Keystone representatives, and community professionals.

Harleysville Tennis Club—Supervised and coordinated group tennis clinics and provided skill-based technical tennis instruction to children ages four through twelve.