General News, University News
Q: What does Women’s History Month mean to you?
As a mom of three daughters, Women’s History Month is personally impactful as it’s an opportunity to lift examples of strong women throughout history. I love the opportunity to share the powerful stories of female leaders where my girls can envision a world of limitless possibilities.
Q: You’ve accomplished so much at CSP. What has been your favorite project and why?
The Tuition Reset is at the top of my list because it made a CSP education accessible for more students. It was also a favorite project because it showcased CSP’s entrepreneurial spirit. As a leader in higher education, we were doing something that hadn’t been done before, flexing our creative and student-centered spirits. I’ve also enjoyed any project where we can collaborate and enhance the student experience!
Q: Have you drawn professional inspiration from other women? Tell us about someone who has inspired you.
I have drawn professional inspiration from all of the strong women at CSP. Especially Dr. Kim Craig, who demonstrates a relentless commitment to excellence while leading with sincerity and a clear focus on our mission.
Q: Why do you think it’s important for women to take risks and try to eliminate barriers?
We are all better, and experiences are richer when all voices are heard and represented, so taking risks is important to be a voice for others.
Q: What would you tell young women who are just starting their careers? What would you like them to know?
It’s important to be true to yourself. Your strengths are a unique gift that you bring to an organization, so it’s important to share them generously, and in turn you will feel most fulfilled when you can share your unique talents.