POSITION: Strategic Improvements
After college, I took a position with City Year Miami where I led a leadership development and community service program for underserved middle school students. Following that, I moved to Hands On Miami, where I led the development of large-scale community service programs. In my time with Hands On Miami, the programs I developed engaged 29,000 volunteers in 120,000 hours of service each year. Following Hands On Miami, I moved to Columbus to attend law school. After law school, I was on the boards of City Year Columbus and the Godman Guild and helped to support their service programming on a higher-level.
What excites me about 2017:
I’m excited to see how the organization grows and evolves to meet the needs and interests of partnering organizations and volunteers.
First GBC event:
Elevate Walnut Hills! We moved a mountain of dirt from one place to another.
Favorite GBC event:
Hands On–Elevate Walnut Hills. It was my first Give Back event!
Why I got involved:
I got involved because I am passionate about community service and civic engagement. Moreover, I’m new to Cincinnati and thought it would be a great way to meet new people (which it is)!
Why others should get involved:
Give Back is one of, if not the best, way to meet new people and to contribute to the increasing vibrancy of Cincinnati.
What makes GBC unique:
GBC is a unique combination of fun and impact!
My family’s birthdays all fall on the same day of the week (Monday, Tuesday, etc.) each year.