The question of where to attend college was an easy decision for me. For as long as I can remember, Auburn University was the only place I dreamed of attending. I wanted to start this new chapter of my life in a new place, and somewhere I could call my home for four years. The simplicity and warmth of the South are two things I value the most about where I am from, and I could not imagine attending college anywhere else than in the South.

I am from a small town, Enterprise, Alabama, where I was raised by loving and hard-working parents and strived to always be a good example for my younger brother. If you were to ask my mom about me, she would say that I have always been independent since I was younger. I have always possessed a will to figure things out on my own because I learn best that way. I identify myself as a doer, an individual who loves a challenge and is motivated by competition. I frequently find myself getting too wrapped up in conversations because I live for meeting new people and learning about what makes us different from each other. My passion for people and human interaction is why I chose a career path in public relations. I want to work in an industry that allows me to communicate and engage with all different types of people and build lasting relationships.

Some of my favorite things about Auburn are the Chicken Salad Chick on campus, Samford Hall, the Oaks, and Aubie. In my free time, you can find me watching a good movie with my roommates, taking a trip at any chance I get, or watching makeup vloggers. I am grateful for the opportunity to spend this chapter of my life at Auburn University. I will be forever indebted to this place for the memories, relationships, and connections I made during my time here.

Thank you for visiting my website! Please take a look around. I hope you enjoy your visit and learn a little about me and my experience at the loveliest place on Earth!






"I believe in my Country, because it is a land of freedom and because it is my own home, and that I can best serve that country by 'doing justly, loving mercy, and walking humbly with my God'."
-George Petrie, (The Auburn Creed)


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