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Education

NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY, 2018
Weinberg College of Arts and Sciences
NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY, 2018
Weinberg College of Arts and Sciences
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Weinberg College of Arts and Sciences
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Weinberg College of Arts and Sciences
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McCormick School of Engineering and Applied Science
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School of Communication
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School of Communication
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Medill School of Journalism, Media, Integrated Marketing Communications
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Bienen School of Music
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School of Education and Social Policy
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Weinberg College of Arts and Sciences
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Weinberg College of Arts and Sciences
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Weinberg College of Arts and Sciences
MAJOR: Earth and Planetary Sciences
Coursework in Geological Impacts on Civilization, Geochemistry of Social Environments, and Quarternary Climate Change: Ice Ages to the Age of Oil.
MINOR: Environmental Policy and Culture
Coursework in Conservation in a Changing World, Atmosphere and Climate, and U.S. Environmental Politics.
CERTIFICATE: Biotechnology
Certificate includes core courses in biological sciences and biochemical engineering. Received additional training in manufacturing pharmaceuticals, biomaterials, and agents for gene and cell therapies.
MAJOR: Biological Sciences
Coursework in Population Genetics, Neurobiology of Biological Clocks, and Bioinformatics: Sequence and Structure Analysis.
MINOR: Physics
Coursework in Electricity and Magnetism, Classical Mechanics, and Nonlinear Dynamics and Chaos.
CERTIFICATE: Engineering Design
Coursework in Innovation and Invention, Human-Centered Product Design, and Engineering Portfolio Development and Presentation. One classroom project involved conceptualizing a safe, educational, renewable energy climate system for Chicago’s Millennium Park.
MAJOR: Chemistry
Coursework in Kinetics and Statistical Thermodynamics, Green Chemistry, and Medicinal Chemistry: The Organic Chemistry of Drug Design and Action.
ADJUNCT MAJOR: Science in Human Culture
Coursework in Medical Anthropology, Politics and Nature in a Comparative Perspective, and Early European Medicine.
CERTIFICATE: Civic Engagement
Coursework in Community Development, Community Engagement, and Theory and Practice of Community Consulting. Paired courses with Capstone Research Project with a sponsoring organization and contributed over 100 hours of community service.
MAJOR: Sociology
Coursework in Law and Society, Sociology of Immigration, and Demography and Population Problems.
MINOR: Psychology
Coursework in Psychological Tests and Measures, Social and Personality Development, and Psychopathology.
CERTIFICATE: Civic Engagement
Coursework in Community Development, Community Engagement, and Theory and Practice of Community Consulting. Paired courses with Capstone Research Project with a sponsoring organization and more than 100 hours of community service.
MAJOR: Philosophy
Coursework in Introduction to Existentialism, Practical Reasoning and Choice, and Ethical Problems and Public Issues.
MINOR: Business Institutions
Coursework in Marketing Management and Accounting and Business Finance.
CERTIFICATE: Undergraduate Leadership
Paired courses in Paradigms and Strategies of Leadership and Anthropology of Complex Organizations with a Field Study experience in Leadership, interning in the marketing department of the Chicago Blackhawks.
MAJOR: Political Science
Coursework in Dynamics of Law Making in the European Union, Moral Dilemmas and Political Theory, and Public Opinion and Voting Behavior.
ADJUNCT MAJOR: Legal Studies
Coursework in Trial Advocacy, Culture Wars and the Constitution, and American Lawyers: Demystifying the Profession.
RESEARCH GRANT: Barry Farrell Summer Experiential Learning Award
One of several Political Science majors awarded $1,500 by the Weinberg College of Arts and Sciences to engage in experiential learning over the summer. Spent two months in Washington, D.C. as a State Department intern within the Bureau of Intelligence and Research. Prepared draft analyses of media opinion on various global issues, including the Mid East Peace Process, NATO, terrorism and the global economy.
MAJOR: English
Coursework in Restoration and 18th-Century Literature, Victorian Poetry, and Advanced Composition
MINOR: Business Institutions
Coursework in Marketing Management and Accounting and Business Finance.
CERTIFICATE: Integrated Marketing Communications
Developed skills for understanding and analyzing consumers in traditional markets and newly forming communities and networks. Coursework in Consumer Insight and Analysis, Public Relations Strategies and Tactics, and Marketing Models.
MAJOR: History
Coursework in Analyzing Media Texts, Literature and Media, and Documentary Film: History and Criticism.
MINOR: Film and Media Studies
Coursework in Analyzing Media Texts, Literature and Media, and Documentary Film: History and Criticism.
CERTIFICATE: Undergraduate Leadership
Paired courses in Paradigms and Strategies of Leadership and Anthropology of Complex Organizations with a Field Study experience in Leadership, interning in the marketing department of the Chicago Blackhawks.
MAJOR: Slavic Languages and Literatures
Coursework in Literature and Politics in Russia, Tolstoy, and Twentieth Century Russian Drama and Theater.
MINOR: Central and Southeastern European Studies
Coursework in Folklore/Music/Poetry, Russian Film, and Polish Culture in the Twentieth Century.
CERTIFICATE: Civic Engagement
Coursework in Community Development, Community Engagement, and Theory and Practice of Community Consulting. Paired courses with Capstone Research Project with a sponsoring organization and contributed over 100 hours of community service.
MAJOR: Mathematics
Coursework in Introduction to Optimization, Game Theory, and Combinatronics and Discrete Mathematics.
ADJUNCT MAJOR: Mathematical Methods in the Social Sciences
Coursework in Individual Decision Making and Micro-Economics, Foundations of Higher Mathematics, and Formal Models of Political Decision Making.
CERTIFICATE: Financial Economics
Obtained graduate-level experience in corporate finance, capital markets, and security pricing. Coursework in Derivatives, Investments, and Principles of Finance through the Kellogg School of Management.
MAJOR: Applied Mathematics
Coursework in Modeling Soft Matter, Applied Dynamical Systems, and Modeling and Computation in Science and Engineering.
ADJUNCT MAJOR: Mathematical Methods in the Social Sciences
Coursework in Individual Decision Making and Micro-Economics, Foundations of Higher Mathematics, and Formal Models of Political Decision Making.
CERTIFICATE: Managerial Analytics
Coursework in Analytical Decision Modeling and Operation and Supply Chain Strategy through the Kellogg School of Management. Coupled with a for-credit AON Corporation internship that analyzed corporate roles in management consulting.
MAJOR: Mathematics
Coursework in Introduction to Optimization, Chaotic Dynamical Systems, and Fourier Analysis and Boundary Value Problems.
MINOR: Business Institutions
Coursework in Marketing Management, Consumer Behavior and Accounting and Business Finance.
CERTIFICATE: Financial Economics
Obtained graduate-level experience in corporate finance, capital markets, and security pricing. Coursework in Derivatives, Investments, and Principles of Finance through the Kellogg School of Management.
MAJOR: Biomedical Engineering
Coursework in Biomechanics of Movement, Control of Human Limbs, and Application of Genetic Engineering to Immunochemistry.
MINOR: Global Health Studies
Coursework in Global Bioethics, International Perspectives of Violence, and Health Care Systems in Europe and the U.S.
CERTIFICATE: Biotechnology
Certificate includes core courses in biological sciences and biochemical engineering. Received additional training in manufacturing pharmaceuticals, biomaterials, and agents for gene and cell therapies.
MAJOR: Mechanical Engineering
Coursework in Introduction to Dynamic Systems, Nanotechnology, and the Mechanics of Sports.
MINOR: Transportation and Logistics
Coursework includes a year-long seminar on the structure of the transportation and supply-chain industries and evaluation of relevant public policy.
CERTIFICATE: Architectural Engineering and Design
Coursework in Design Fundamentals, Theory of Structures, and Modern Architecture and Design. Curriculum combines creative thinking with a social knowledge of technology to teach students to produce attractive, functional and sustainable structures.
MAJOR: Computer Science
Coursework in Fundamentals of Computer Programming, Wireless Communications, and Network Penetration and Security.
MINOR: Sociology
Coursework in Social Interaction: The Individual and Society, Youth and Society, and Sociology of Rational Decision Making.
CERTIFICATE: Engineering Design
Coursework in Innovation and Invention, Human-Centered Product Design, and Engineering Portfolio Development and Presentation. One classroom project involved conceptualizing a safe, educational, renewable energy climate system for Chicago’s Millennium Park.
MAJOR: Radio/Television/Film
Coursework in Film and TV Criticism, Lighting and Cinematography, Foundations of Screenwriting, and Analyzing Media Texts.
MINOR: Sociology
Coursework in Sociology of Time and Space, Sociology of Deviance and Crime, and Social Inequality: Race, Class and Power.
CERTIFICATE: Undergraduate Leadership
Paired courses in Paradigms and Strategies of Leadership and Anthropology of Complex Organizations with a Field Study experience in Leadership, interning in the marketing department of the Chicago Blackhawks.
MAJOR: Communication Studies
Coursework in Development and Marketing of Popular Culture, Bargaining and Negotiation, and Rhetoric of the American Presidency.
MINOR: Global Health Studies
Coursework in Global Bioethics, International Perspectives on Violence, and Health Care Systems in Europe and the United States.
CERTIFICATE: Integrated Marketing Communications
Developed skills for understanding and analyzing consumers in traditional markets and newly forming communities and networks. Coursework in Consumer Insight and Analysis, Public Relations Strategies and Tactics, and Marketing Models.
MAJOR: Communication Studies
Coursework in Theories of Argumentation, Team Leadership and Decision-Making, and Organizational Behavior and Innovation.
MINOR: Business Institutions Program
Coursework in Marketing Management, Consumer Behavior, and Elements of Public Finance.
CERTIFICATE: Creative Writing for the Media
Intensive two-year program providing foundation for writing across media and forging industry networks. Coursework in Story Structure and the Writing Process, Writing for Television, and Revision and the Business.
MAJOR: Theater
Coursework in Playwriting, 20th Century Stage Design, and Training the Actor’s Voice.
MINOR: Sociology
Coursework in Sociology of Time and Space, Sociology of Deviance and Crime, and Social Inequality: Race, Class and Power.
CERTIFICATE: Music Theater
Intensive coursework in Vocal Performance, Principles of Auditioning, and History of the Lyric Theatre. Culminated in weeklong showcase for Broadway directors and talent agents in Manhattan.
MAJOR: Performance Studies
Coursework in Performance in Everyday Life, Human Rights and Radical Performance, and Folklore and Oral Traditions.
MINOR: Film and Media Studies
Coursework in Analyzing Media Texts, Literature and Media, and Documentary Film: History and Criticism.
CERTIFICATE: Music Theater
Intensive coursework in Vocal Performance, Principles of Auditioning, and History of the Lyric Theatre. Culminated in weeklong showcase for Broadway directors and talent agents in Manhattan.
MAJOR: Dance
Coursework in Choreography for Music Theatre, Movement for the Stage, and Advanced Improvisation.
MINOR: Business Institutions
Coursework focusing on Arts Administration, including Principles of Marketing for Commercial Theatre, Arts Management, and Strategic Planning and Management.
CERTIFICATE: Integrated Marketing Communication
Developed skills for understanding and analyzing consumers in traditional markets and newly forming communities and networks. Coursework in Consumer Insight and Analysis, Public Relations Strategies and Tactics, and Marketing Models.
MAJOR: Journalism
Coursework in Introduction to 21st Century Media, Investigative Journalism, and Enterprise Reporting in Diverse Communities.
ADJUNCT MAJOR: Legal Studies
Coursework in Trial Advocacy, Culture Wars and the Constitution, and American Lawyers: Demystifying the Profession.
CERTIFICATE: Integrated Marketing Communications
Developed skills for understanding and analyzing consumers in traditional markets and newly forming communities and networks. Coursework in Consumer Insight and Analysis, Public Relations Strategies and Tactics, and Marketing Models.
MAJOR: Journalism
Coursework in International Journalism, Magazine and Feature Writing, and TV News Editing.
MINOR: Religious Studies
Coursework in Contemporary Religious Thought, Religion and Film, and Anthropology of Religion
CERTIFICATE: Business Enterprise
Coursework in Business and Government, Accounting, and Bargaining and Negotiations. Completed a six-month internship in marketing strategy for Wrigley, Inc.
MAJOR: Journalism
Coursework in Investigative Journalism, Introduction to 21st Century Media, and TV News Reporting.
MINOR: Linguistics
Coursework in Language Evolution, Language and Prejudice, and Bilingualism.
CERTIFICATE: Undergraduate Leadership
Paired courses in Paradigms and Strategies of Leadership and Anthropology of Complex Organizations with a Field Study experience in Leadership, interning in the marketing department of the Chicago Blackhawks.
MAJOR: Cello
Coursework in Jazz Composition and Arranging, From Literature to Opera to Film, and Music in the Interdisciplinary Curriculum.
MINOR: Sound Design
Coursework in Composing with Computers, 3D Sound and Spatial Audio, and Producing in the Virtual Studio.
CERTIFICATE: Undergraduate Leadership
Paired courses in Paradigms and Strategies of Leadership and Anthropology of Complex Organizations with a Field Study experience in Leadership, interning in the marketing department of the Chicago Lyric Opera.
MAJOR: Musicology
Coursework in 19th Century Music, Music and Film, and Topics in Ethnomusicology.
MINOR: Humanities
Coursework in New Perspectives in the Humanities, Thinking Through and Across Traditions, and Health, Biomedicine, Culture, and Society.
CERTIFICATE: Integrated Marketing Communications
Developed skills for understanding and analyzing consumers in traditional markets and newly forming communities and networks. Coursework in Consumer Insight and Analysis, Public Relations Strategies and Tactics, and Marketing Models.
MAJOR: Music Theory and Cognition
Coursework in Producing in the Virtual Studio, Analytical Techniques, and Jazz Composition and Arranging.
MINOR: Commercial Music
Coursework in Producing in the Virtual Studio, Instrumentation, and Europop.
CERTIFICATE: Civic Engagement
Coursework in Community Development, Community Engagement, and Theory and Practice of Community Consulting. Paired courses with Capstone Research Project with a sponsoring organization and contributed over 100 hours of community service.
MAJOR: Social Policy
Coursework in Law and Social Policy, Moral Values and Human Development, and Educational Policy.
MINOR: Political Science
Coursework in Dynamics of Law Making in the European Union, Public Opinion and Voting Behavior, and Contemporary African Politics.
CERTIFICATE: Civic Engagement
Coursework in Community Development, Community Engagement, and Theory and Practice of Community Consulting. Paired courses with Capstone Research Project with a sponsoring organization and more than 100 hours of community service.
MAJOR: Learning and Organizational Change
Coursework in Introduction to Organization Theory and Practice and Tools for Organizational Analysis.
MINOR: Economics
Coursework in Economics of Nonprofit Organizations, Issues in Urban and Regional Economics, and Elements of Public Finance.
CERTIFICATE: Managerial Analytics
Coursework in Analytical Decision Modeling and Operation and Supply Chain Strategy through the Kellogg School of Management. Coupled with a for-credit AON Corporation internship that analyzed corporate roles in management consulting.
MAJOR: Secondary Education
Coursework in Dynamics of Middle School Curriculum and Educating Exceptional Children.
MINOR: History
Coursework in History of Social Movements in the U.S., History of the American South, and The Sixties.
CERTIFICATE: Undergraduate Leadership
Paired courses in Paradigms and Strategies of Leadership and Anthropology of Complex Organizations with a Field Study experience in Leadership, interning in the marketing department of the Chicago Blackhawks.
MAJOR: Economics
Coursework in Economics of Nonprofit Organizations, Issues in Urban and Regional Economics, and Elements of Public Finance.
MINOR: Business Institutions
Coursework in Marketing Management, Consumer Behavior, and Elements of Public Finance.
CERTIFICATE: Financial Economics
Obtained graduate-level experience in corporate finance, capital markets, and security pricing. Coursework in Derivatives, Investments, and Principles of Finance through the Kellogg School of Management.
MAJOR: Communication Studies
Coursework in Organizational Communication, Interpersonal Communication and Bargaining & Negotiations
MINOR: Business Institutions
Coursework in Marketing Management, Consumer Behavior, and Elements of Public Finance.
CERTIFICATE: Managerial Analytics
Coursework in Analytical Decision Modeling and Operation and Supply Chain Strategy through the Kellogg School of Management. Coupled with a for-credit AON Corporation internship that analyzed corporate roles in management consulting.
MAJOR: Learning and Organizational Change
Coursework in Introduction to Organizational Theory and Practice, Interpersonal Communication, and Tools for Organizational Analysis.
MINOR: International Studies
Coursework in Global History, Ethics in International Relations, and Money and Banking.
CERTIFICATE: Business Enterprise
Coursework in Business and Government, Accounting, and Bargaining and Negotiations. Completed a six-month internship in marketing strategy for Wrigley, Inc.
MAJOR: Political Science
Coursework in Dynamics of Law Making in the European Union, Moral Dilemmas and Political Theory, and Public Opinion and Voting Behavior.
ADJUNCT MAJOR: Legal Studies
Coursework in Trial Advocacy, Culture Wars and the Constitution, and American Lawyers: Demystifying the Profession.
CERTIFICATE: Civic Engagement
Coursework in Community Development, Community Engagement, and Theory and Practice of Community Consulting. Paired courses with Capstone Research Project with a sponsoring organization and contributed over 100 hours of community service.
MAJOR: Social Policy
Coursework in Educational Policy and Law and Social Policy.
ADJUNCT MAJOR: Legal Studies
Coursework in Trial Advocacy, Culture Wars and the Constitution, and American Lawyers: Demystifying the Profession.
CERTIFICATE: Undergraduate Leadership
Paired courses in Paradigms and Strategies of Leadership and Anthropology of Complex Organizations with a Field Study experience in Leadership, interning in the marketing department of the Chicago Blackhawks.
MAJOR: Psychology
Coursework in Psychopathology, Social Psychology and Social & Personality Development
ADJUNCT MAJOR: Legal Studies
Coursework in Trial Advocacy, Culture Wars and the Constitution, and American Lawyers: Demystifying the Profession.
CERTIFICATE: Civic Engagement
Coursework in Community Development, Community Engagement, and Theory and Practice of Community Consulting. Paired courses with Capstone Research Project with a sponsoring organization and contributed over 100 hours of community service.
MAJOR: Biological Sciences
Coursework in Population Genetics, Neurobiology of Biological Clocks, and Bioinformatics: Sequence and Structure Analysis.
MINOR: Cognitive Science
Coursework in Cognitive Development in Atypical Learners and Language and the Brain.
CERTIFICATE: Biotechnology
Certificate includes core courses in biological sciences and biochemical engineering. Received additional training in manufacturing pharmaceuticals, biomaterials, and agents for gene and cell therapies.
MAJOR: Chemistry
Coursework in Kinetics and Statistical Thermodynamics, Green Chemistry, and Medicinal Chemistry: The Organic Chemistry of Drug Design and Action.
MINOR: Global Health Studies
Coursework in Global Bioethics, International Perspectives of Violence, and Health Care Systems in Europe and the U.S.
CERTIFICATE: Biotechnology
Certificate includes core courses in biological sciences and biochemical engineering. Received additional training in manufacturing pharmaceuticals, biomaterials, and agents for gene and cell therapies.
MAJOR: Integrated Science Program
Coursework in Quantitative Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Neurobiology, and Nuclear Physics.
MINOR: Chemistry
Coursework in Bioorganic Chemistry and Medicinial Chemistry: The Organic Chemistry of Drug Design and Action.
CERTIFICATE: Biotechnology
Certificate includes core courses in biological sciences and biochemical engineering. Received additional training in manufacturing pharmaceuticals, biomaterials, and agents for gene and cell therapies.

Internships

2015 - 2016
J.C. Lind Bike Co. - Environmental Sciences Intern
Through Northwestern’s Chicago Field Studies program, earned course credit and work experience by interning for a small start-up importing cargo bikes from Europe. Contributed to City of Chicago’s effort to become the greenest city in the United States by studying local and national environmental policy, building a sustainable business plan and marketing the company’s product to Chicagoland.
2016 - 2017
Environmental Protection Agency - Research Grant Recipient
Co-authored Environmental Impact Statement that earned team of NU undergraduates a $74,000 grant from the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) through their People, Prosperity and the Planet (P3) competition. Design for Panamanian community achieved improvement in water quality to levels considered safe by the U.S. EPA and Panamanian equivalent. At conclusion of the project, successfully transferred control of the system to the community.
2016 - 2017
GeoCorps America - Summer Fellowship Recipient
Earned summer funding to for research through the Geological Society of America. Partnered with the U.S. Forest Service and the National Park Service to conduct hands-on geo-hazards research throughout the United States national parks.
2016 - 2017
Chicago Field Studies Program (Law)
Coupled two seminar classes (Legal Culture and Contemporary Issues in Law) with an in-house counsel internship at a Chicago-based company to achieve full four-credit courseload. Prepared legal briefs and participated in witness depositions.
2016 - 2017
Chicago Field Studies Program (Community Studies)
Coupled two seminar classes (Workplace Behavior and Contemporary Issues in Business) with a Chicago-based internship at the Illinois Action for Children to achieve full 4-credit courseload. Monitored and analyzed policies, programs and budgets especially with regard to early childhood care and education. Also assisted in drafting fact sheets, “action alerts,” and other educational and advocacy materials as needed.
2015 - 2018
Northwestern University, Evanston, IL - Research Fellow
As a Research Fellow in the Social Psychology lab at Northwestern, conducted university-funded research to validate theory that personalities influence the way people describe things. Ran linguistic analysis on life narratives already collected by a Northwestern professor and compared the percentages of certain linguistic categories (pronouns, verb tense, etc.) to scores on personality tests to see if one can predict the other. Submitted findings to peer-reviewed journal at conclusion of summer research term.
2015 - 2016
Harper-Collins - Author
Signed a three-book deal with major publishing company for a darkly futuristic series that explores a teenager growing up in a society that tries to cultivate certain virtues in its members. Series is targeted to young adult readers.
2016 - 2017
Undergraduate Research Grant - Recipient
Traveled for four months throughout Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, studying grassroots media movements. Interviewed local station managers, government officials, and picketers opposing Brazil’s telecommunications monopoly.
2017 - 2018
Christie's, Chicago, IL - Indian and Southeast Asian Department Intern
Catalogued items for the spring sales at Christie’s, a premiere global auction house; examined cultural antiquities from 4th-9th centuries; assisted and reported to the International Director of Asian Art.
2016 - 2017
Morgan Stanley, New York, NY - Summer Analyst
As a Summer Analyst in the Capital Markets department of Morgan Stanley, responsible for current knowledge across multiple product areas and asset classes. Supported Sales and Trading staffs in day to day market functions.
2017 - 2018
Deloitte & Touche, Chicago, IL - Audit Intern
Learned multiple facets of a large-scale professional service organization. Tasks focused on audits of financial statements, including reviews of quarterly financial information.
2017 - 2018
Deloitte & Touche, Chicago, IL - ERS Consultant (Business Risk)
As a consultant for the Enterprise Risk Services department, learned all facets of the Business Risk services sector, including risk management, internal auditing, and financial reporting.
2016 - 2017
Ford Motor Company, Detroit, MI - Intern
Coordinated a 6 Sigma customer clinic and completed analysis. Presented findings and recommendations to Ford management.
2014 - 2017
Intel Corporation, Santa Clara, CA - Intern
Produced direct functional tests for a component of an enterprise class microprocessor. Independently worked on a test plan for one portion of design, identifying key functionality areas and developing metrics to test coverage.
2016 - 2017
NASA, Washington, D.C. - Intern
Contributed to a large analytical study on the significance of Biot theory acoustic and mechanical properties; internship concluded with participation in authoring paper on research findings.
2015 - 2016
Second City, Chicago, IL - Assistant Writer
Pitched ideas and participated in the general creative process in a year-long internship at Second City, the nation’s premier stage comedy theater company.
2016 - 2018
Billy Elliott and Avenue Q, Chicago, IL - Company Management Intern
Tracked marketing efforts and drafted ticketing reports for investors and producers. Shadowed day-to-day operations and rehearsals for Broadway productions.
2016 - 2017
FOX Television, Los Angeles, CA - Assistant Writer
Collaborated with both writing and creative teams to generate new scripts for FOX’s Family Guy television show, which recently became the first animated show in nearly fifty years to earn an Emmy nomination for best comedy series.
2016 - 2018
Steppenwolf Theater, Chicago, IL - Assistant Stage Manager
Managed all production logistics for two mainstage productions at internationally renowned theater company in downtown Chicago.
2017 - 2018
NBC Universal, Los Angeles, CA - Production Assistant
Assisted in all aspects of television production for shows such as "30 Rock," "The Office," and "Parks and Recreation," ranging from pitch meetings, to script editing, and read-throughs.
2016 - 2017
Olney Theater Center, Olney, MD – Ensemble Member in "Annie"
Cast in professional role in show that was nominated for Best Musical by the Helen Hayes Awards. Performed several weekly shows throughout a ten-week run. Earned points toward equity card.
2016 - 2017
Al Jazeera, Doha, Qatar - Reporter
As part of term-long broadcast journalism residency, reported political, health, and business issues on Qatar television.
2016 - 2017
People Magazine, New York, NY - Reporter
As part of term-long print journalism residency, covered the Oscars, celebrity weddings, and movie premieres. Contributed to and authored articles published about notable entertainers including Seth Meyers and Kanye West.
2016 - 2017
CBS, August, GA - Reporter/Producer
As part of term-long broadcast journalism residency, covered news and sporting events including the Masters Golf Tournament. Interviewed golfers such as Arnold Palmer and Phil Mickelson and Tiger. Appeared on air three times per week.
2015 - 2017
Lyric Opera of Chicago, Chicago, IL - Educational Outreach Intern
Assisted in the development and implementation of educational programming for elementary students in Chicago Public Schools.
2016 - 2017
Kennedy Center, Washington, D.C. - Performer
As part of the world-renowned Conservatory Project, performed weekly at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C., with the best young artists in classical, opera, and other music arts from the country’s leading conservatories and institutions of higher education.
2016 - 2018
Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Chicago, IL - Public Relations Intern
Assisted members of the public relations team in day-to-day PR activities that supported the promotion of revenue-generating media opportunities. Researched and developed social networking and online media databases.
2017 - 2018
NextBigSound.com, Evanston, IL - Co-Founder
Raised $25,000 in startup funding over four months; founded an online community that allows users to play the role of a record mogul and sign bands for a fantasy record label. Our startup was one of ten selected nationally for prestigious TechStars program in Boulder, CO.
2016 - 2017
Chicago Public Schools, Chicago, IL - Teaching Assistant
Served as a history teacher’s assistant at Walter Payton High School in Chicago for one academic year. Consistently prepared course material and conducted group discussions with students.
2016 - 2017
U.S. Supreme Court, Washington, D.C. - Intern
Summarized news articles, prepared memoranda and correspondence, and conducted background research for speeches and briefings provided to visiting foreign dignitaries.
2017 - 2018
Deloitte & Touche, Chicago, IL - ERS Consultant (Business Risk)
As a consultant for the Enterprise Risk Services department, learned all facets of the Business Risk services sector, including risk management, internal auditing, and financial reporting. Built relationships with two clients and led a Risk Analysis presentation to thirty-five Deloitte senior staff members.
2016 - 2017
Ernst & Young, Chicago, IL - Research Analyst
As a Research Analyst in the Capital Markets department of Ernst & Young, conducted internal reviews on audits and assisted with new marketing strategy for a corporate client. Supported Sales and Trading staffs in day-to-day market functions.
2016 - 2017
Chicago Field Studies Program (Community Studies)
Coupled two seminar classes (Workplace Behavior and Contemporary Issues in Business) with a Chicago-based internship at the Leo Burnett advertising agency. As creative team intern, assisted in the development and implementation of a training program to expand assigned brand’s international recognition, specifically in Latin America. Traveled to Buenos Aires for team presentation.
2016 - 2017
Center for Wrongful Convictions, Chicago, IL – Chicago Field Studies Law Intern
Led team of interns conducting preliminary research on cases accepted by the Center in collaboration with Northwestern Law faculty. Utilized trial records, investigated police reports, and analyzed court transcripts for seven cases. Observed several trials in progress.
2017 - 2018
U.S. Supreme Court, Washington, D.C. – Intern
Summarized news articles, prepared memoranda and correspondence, and conducted background research for speeches and briefings provided to visiting foreign dignitaries.
2017 - 2018
Heartland Alliance, Chicago, IL – International Programs/Human Rights Intern
Led research and authoring of two reports during internship: Juvenile Justice in Iraq and the use of Short Message Service (SMS) and social media to report human rights abuses in Colombia. Conducted approximately twenty interviews with lawyers practicing international law and with human rights workers in South America.
2016 - 2018
Northwestern Memorial Hospital - Lab Assistant
Observed and aided doctors who work in one of the nation’s best trauma centers. Studied under leading endocrinologist, analyzing lab results and correlating them to previous studies. Published in scientific journal, alongside medical school faculty, as co-lead author.
2015 - 2017
Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN - Undergraduate Research Fellowship
Earned competitive summer research grant to spearhead biomedical research project at the renowned Mayo Clinic. Interned in the Clinical & Translational Science division, leading own research, and participated in weekly seminar series as introduction and exposure to rapidly progressing research areas. Networked and established connections for medical school.
2015 - 2018
Feinberg School of Medicine - Genetics Lab Research Assistant
Observed and aided doctors advancing epigenetics research. Studied link between fetal alcohol syndrome and depression. Designed testing to determine how psychiatric disorders like depression affect and are affected by changes in gene expression in the hopes of understanding them better as well as finding new potential drug targets.
2015 - 2016
Summer Internship Grant - Recipient
Awarded $2,500 from Northwestern to summer intern in the Collections & Research division of the Anthropology department at the Chicago Field Museum. Simultaneously participated in a professional development program offered by University Career Services.
2016 - 2017
Global Health Program
As part of Northwestern's global health initiative, spent three months in South Africa traveling to local hospitals, clinics, grassroots organizations, and private agencies to focus on the impact of the HIV/AIDS epidemic in the country. Worked with Northwestern and South African faculty to implement a home-grown public health awareness initiative.
2016 - 2018
Chicago Field Studies Program – Environmental Studies/Statistics
Combined research and coursework with an internship at the Lincoln Park Zoo. Monitored species such as ducks, herons, turtles, and fish at Nature Boardwalk, released new animals into the ecosystem, and created statistical models and maps of the distribution of species throughout the Chicagoland area. Worked with summer camps and school groups, educating children about the zoo’s worldwide conservation efforts as well as its animal inhabitants.

Activities

2014 - 2016
Northwestern Intramurals - Dorm Chair
Organized 9 different sports teams over 3 different league seasons for the Communications Residential College. Captained the school-champion flag football and dodgeball teams in a league in which more than 50% of Northwestern students participate.
2014 - 2018
Club Rowing - Captain/Treasurer
Rowed for one year on novice team and three years on varsity team whose former members have gone on to the US National Team. Competed at Head of the Charles, one of the most prestigious regattas in the world. Rowed in silver-medal boat at American Collegiate Rowing Association (ACRA) Championship. Won individual ACRA Academic All-American Award. Managed the largest budget of any Northwestern club sports team.
2016 - 2017
Northwestern Department of Athletics - Intern
Helped orchestrate the biggest marketing push for Northwestern’s Division I football team in school history, working to brand the Wildcats as “Chicago’s Big Ten Team.” Responsible for generating marketing materials, fielding media requests, and managing other day-of-game duties. Our efforts led to a 40% increase in season ticket sales in 2010.
2017 - 2018
Arts Alliance - President
Elected head of the largest student arts organization in the nation. Led production, marketing, community programming and development efforts for four mainstage shows, in addition to managing the 72th Annual Dolphin Show, America’s largest student-produced musical. Also oversaw the Alliance’s satellite comedy, a cappella and dance groups.
2015 - 2018
NSTV - Producer
Contributed content to and edited approximately 45 skits for Northwestern Sketch Television, Northwestern’s only filmed sketch comedy group. Managed production of feature-length compilation DVD of group sketches, many of which were showcased on the front page of FunnyOrDie.com. Led group to 1st place prize in the College Television Awards – the college equivalent of the Emmys – for Best Narrative Series. Also won the Second City "So You Think You Can Funny?" competition, judged by Fred Willard, Rachel Dratch, Jeff Garlin, and Mick Napier.
2015 - 2016
Niteskool Video Grant - Recipient
As a student musician, won prestigious annual campus film grant to have a professional-grade music video shot, directed and produced by Northwestern students. Used video to launch music career, performing at the world-renowned Apollo Theater and Northwestern’s annual Dance Marathon. Also sang with Jabbawockeez – the winners of America’s Best Dance Crew – and as part of Kanye West’s Concert Benefit for Chicago Public Schools.
2016 - 2018
National Debate Tournament - National Title Winner
Earned Northwestern its record 14th National Title, solidifying NU’s status as the winningest debate program in US college history. Also recognized as Top Speaker of the tournament, becoming the first debater since 1999 to achieve this dual honor in the same year.
2014 - 2017
Mock Trial Team - Captain
Head of competitive Mock Trial team that earned several awards at the National Championship Tournament in 2013, including Outstanding Witness and All-American Attorney. Coached by civil rights attorney Jon Ksiazek and Cook County prosecutors Tom Hardman and Ankur Srivastava.
2014 - 2016
Model United Nations - Committee Chair
Organized, managed, and chaired the committee representing the United Nations Special Political and Decolonization Committee at Northwestern’s tenth annual Model UN conference. Oversaw composition of three topic papers, including theses named “The Status of Taiwan” and “Israeli Settlements in Palestinian Territories.” As executive board member, helped raise participation to more than 400 secondary school students, making Northwestern’s program the Midwest’s premier Model UN conference.
2014 - 2017
Purple Haze A Cappella - Business Manager
Vocalist for award-winning a cappella group that tours internationally and has recorded eight studio albums. Most recently competed in the International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella at Lincoln Center.
2015 - 2018
NU Marching Band - Drum Major
Traveled with Division I football team to perform at several conference games as well as the 2012 Gator Bowl for crowds of 80,000+ spectators. Performances aired regionally on the Big Ten Network and nationally on ESPN. Also played for Chicagoland professional sports fans at Chicago Cubs and Chicago Bears events.
2017 - 2018
Boomshaka Dance Group - President
Directed, produced, and managed Northwestern’s premier drum-and-dance troupe, whose members have gone on to audition for and be cast in Stomp. Performed on MTV for the Woodie Awards, a music awards show that spotlights lesser-known indie bands.
2015 - 2017
NU Solar Car Team - Chief Engineer
Designed and built a 600-pound solar car capable of reaching 70 mph capable of driving approximately 120 miles even without sun. Spearheaded complete redesign of car’s electrical system using Computer Aided Design (CAD) software. Competed in numerous races, including the Formula Sun Grand Prix at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway and the American Solar Challenge, a cross-country international solar car championship, where our team placed third.
2016 - 2018
Engineers for a Sustainable World - Secretary
Member of executive board for nonprofit student organization committed to tackling the challenges of long-term environmental, social, and economic sustainability through innovative engineering design. Created environmentally sustainable solutions to problems in local communities through solar power, water sanitation and waste disposal, and the use of ecologically friendly biofuels. Spearheaded project in Nicaragua to develop a support tower for a commercial wind turbine; installed entire system in El Roblar, a village of 40 houses.
2017 - 2018
NU Venture Challenge - Winner
Awarded $10,000 First Prize for creating iPhone app that monitors a diabetic’s glucose level. Competition was sponsored by InNUvation, an interdisciplinary entrepreneurship and innovation forum. The app is now available for purchase in the iTunes store.
2014 - 2018
Alternative Student Break - Executive Board/Site Leader
Coordinated more than thirty different service trips for Northwestern students to participate in during their school breaks. Collaborated with Northwestern’s Hillel chapter to orchestrate ASB’s first international trips to Buenos Aires, Cuba and Israel. Led a group trip to Nashville, TN to build houses with Habitat for Humanity.
2017 - 2018
Dance Marathon - Special Events Co-Chair
On the executive board for Northwestern’s largest student group and the largest entirely student-run charity event in the nation. Spearheaded a committee of 45 students while planning both campus and community events to raise money and awareness for Team Joseph, an organization to aid children with Duchenne muscular dystrophy. Our efforts solidified this year’s event as most successful in school history with more than $1.2 million raised.
2015 - 2016
NU Gives Back - Co-President
Raised visibility and participation in NU Gives Back, a Northwestern community-wide day of community service that sent nearly 400 NU students, faculty and alumni to sites throughout Evanston and Chicago. Liaised with contacts to arrange for sites ranging from Heartland Alliance to the Cabrini Green Tutoring Program to the Young Evanston Artists Fair. Developed sustainable business plan for future executive boards to extend the longevity of the program.
2017 - 2018
Associated Student Government - President
Elected leader of 8,000-undergraduate student body. Instituted several new programs during my tenure, including an emergency response group (Cats Care) in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, as well as food truck festivals and Deering Days BBQ to unite the community. Lobbied and drafted the bylaws for a $50,000 sustainability fund and council to sponsor projects and programming across campus.
2015 - 2016
Willard Residential College - Social Chair
One of ten executive board members responsible for managing the largest Residential College on campus with 293 residents. Primarily organized annual social events to foster a sense of community within the college, including a fall formal at the Hancock Building in downtown Chicago; the Polka Party at the famed Berghoff restaurant; and Woo-Au Luau, an all-day barbecue event at the end of spring quarter.
2016 - 2017
Students for Teach for America - President
President of group that raises awareness about educational inequity in the United States while encouraging students to apply for the Teach for America (TFA) program. With our help, Northwestern enrolled more students in TFA than any other mid-sized University in the nation this year, despite the program’s approximately 10% acceptance rate.
2015 - 2018
American Music Theatre Project (AMTP) - Performer
As part of AMTP, apprenticed under Jeff Award-winning faculty as they brought together the nation’s leading artists in music theatre to work in collaboration with Northwestern’s faculty and students. Workshopped Hero at Northwestern and later acted in the show during its world premiere run at the Marriott Lincolnshire Theatre.
2014 - 2018
Mee-Ow - Performer
Part of Northwestern’s premier short-form comedy troupe, whose alumni have gone on to perform for Second City, "Saturday Night Live" and "Whose Line is it Anyway?" Wrote sketches for mainstage show which sold out all performances, and performed numerous commissioned gigs. Opened for comedians Jeff Garlin and Aubrey Plaza at the Traverse City Comedy Arts Festival.
2017 - 2018
Griffin's Tale - President
Produced Northwestern’s premier children’s repertory theatre company, which adapts stories written by Evanston and Chicago elementary school students. Built relationships with twelve schools and oversaw production of upwards of seventy-five stories during tenure. For the first time in the program’s history, collaborated with Barrel of Monkeys and Viking Story Pirates, two professional theatre groups who share Griffin’s Tale’s mission statement.
2017 - 2018
A&O Productions - Chairman
Orchestrated large-scale, professional-level programming, including concerts, films and speakers, for Northwestern undergraduates. During two-year tenure, successfully signed and brought to campus many entertainers, including Lupe Fiasco, Kenan Thompson, Ludacris, B.J. Novak, and Girl Talk. Collaborated with other student groups, including Dance Marathon and Northwestern’s Black Student Alliance, to arrange programs for the entire undergraduate community.
2017 - 2018
Waa-Mu Show - Co-Chair
Collaborated with the Theatre & Interpretation Center to produce the 82th annual rendition of Northwestern’s entirely student written musical. Oversaw a staff of nearly two dozen student writers developing material for the show. Dubbed “the greatest college show in America” by the Associated Press, Waa-Mu routinely produces future Jeff, Tony and Academy Award winners.
2014 - 2018
Promote 360 - Founder/President
As a freshman, founded student organization that aims to enhance the social, academic, and professional well-being of minority and under-represented students. During tenure as president, established a mentorship program with local Evanston Township High School to assist thirty juniors with the college application process.
2015 - 2017
Tour Guide Program - Co-Coordinator
Coordinated a group of more than 120 student tour guides. Helped institute a brand-new guide-training program, overhauled the training manual and successfully orchestrated tours for Northwestern's approximately 50,000 annual campus visitors. Assisted in the hiring of the spring's new guides, interviewing more than 340 applicants.
2016 - 2018
Northwestern Community Development Corps (NCDC) - Co-Chair
One of two students in charge of overseeing Northwestern’s umbrella organization that connects civically-engaged students with service opportunities in Evanston and Chicago. Supervised volunteerism at more than twenty-five sites in Chicagoland. Also coordinated Northwestern’s most-attended “Project Pumpkin” event to date, providing a safe Halloween environment for more than 1,000 Evanston children.