Sweet Home Chicago!
I have the privilege of serving as UW-L's Director of
To be an effective advocate for diversity and social justice in
the field of higher education and in society at large.
Playing the bass guitar, cooking, and riding my bike.
Words to Live By:
"...a person needs new experiences—they jar something deep inside, allowing him to grow. Without change something sleeps inside us, and seldom awakens. The sleeper must awaken."
Favorite ATP Memory:
Making Matt Evensen laugh during interviews for the Spring 2011 troupe.
When I think of Awareness through Performance, I think of...
I think of the words, "wonderfully uncomfortable," and the idea that to grow as individuals and a community, we have to challenge ourselves to embrace new ideas and accept each others' differences, which is often uncomfortable in the beginning.
Involvement with ATP has had this impact on me:
Being a part of the ATP family has given me the opportunity to
form personal and professional bonds with the many amazing
people who serve as ATP advisors and troupe members. It has also
been a tremendous source of personal growth for me and has
played a key role in helping me to become a more effective
advocate for equity, diversity, and inclusion at UW-L and in the
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