Enjoys making music, board member for Black Theatre Ensemble, LOVES Detroit,
member of The Corp, Sings with the a cappella group Resonant Essence Live,
mentors at Duke Ellington High School, pineapples is midnight snack of choice,
wants to compete on a television show, dream job is to produce and act in film,
and also to create movie soundtracks.
Hailing from Detroit, Michigan I never thought that I’d end up at Georgetown University. However, after my first campus tour, Georgetown became the school that I just had to attend. The alumni were amazing during my college search. Georgetown alum happily offered me to stay at their homes so I could spend time at Georgetown or they would give me their information so I could call and ask them questions.
I came to Georgetown believing that I would study Government, become politically adept and then take those skills back to Detroit to help restructure the city in a more positive direction. Two Government classes later and I found that it was actually I who needed to be “restructured.” It will always be important for me to give back to my city but I’ve learned that giving back in the form of running for an elected position was not for me. For a moment this made me think that I made the wrong decision to attend Georgetown. My thoughts were, “you don’t come to Georgetown or the politically charged city of Washington D.C. and not study something in the field of politics.” Once I freed myself from that mindset I found a variety of interest at Georgetown and explored the culturally diverse city of D.C.
I have a strong interest in music, film and performance and it’s been wonderful exploring these while at Georgetown. I’ve been able to work movie screenings, perform in shows in the Gonda Theatre and help a few friends record their albums. My Georgetown story has been an exploration of my passions, beliefs and goals.