"While originally from the San Francisco Bay Area, I’ve had the pleasure of moving over 15 times in my life. Two weeks after graduating college, I was on a plane to China to serve in the Peace Corps. My time as a Peace Corps Volunteer helped solidify my commitment to public service. I envisioned law school and particularly Georgetown as the place to cultivate and develop my skills for a life of service. However, I wasn’t ready to start law school right after the Peace Corps so naturally I traveled to India and drove a motorcycle around the Himalayas.
Serving as Georgetown Law’s student body president has been the highlight of my time at the Law Center. I have had the opportunity to make positive changes in students’ lives and understand the inner workings of the university on an intimate level. We might be the largest law school in the nation at 2,400 plus strong, but there is a real sense of community. Thanks to this community, my story is just beginning."