Awards & Service

Header Photo: Columbia University Alumni Award Ceremony; Photo credit to April Renae, Photographer

Awards & Honors

The Campbell Award - May 2024 - Columbia University Alumni Association (Given to a student from each school who demonstrates leadership and Columbia Spirit)

Di5 Finalist (3rd Place) - April 2024 - Teachers College, Columbia University (Top presentations of dissertation work across the institution)

Shirley Chisholm Trailblazer Award Nominee - May 2023 - Teachers College, Columbia University (Students who leave a lasting impact at Teachers College)


Service

Columbia University Rural Education & Healthcare Coalition

Executive Chair (2022 - 2023); Associate Chair (2021 - 2022); Member (2020 - 2021)

The Rural Education and Healthcare Coalition (REHC) brings together members of the from Columbia University community and beyond to discuss issues and opportunities related to rural education and healthcare - an often overlooked population in education and healthcare policy. Each year, the group coordinates and hosts an Annual Rural Education & Healthcare Symposium, spotlighting ongoing research and experiences in rural education and healthcare settings. 

Columbia University PhD Council

Vice Chair of Administration (2021 - 2023); Teachers College Representative (2021 - 2023)

The Columbia University PhD Council (PhDC) serves as the primary academic advocacy body representing PhD students from each of Columbia University's PhD-granting institutions. The PhDC meets monthly to discuss experiences that doctoral students are facing in each school, while the leadership meets with the deans of the Columbia University Graduate School of Arts & Sciences monthly to discuss issues that PhD students across the college are facing. 

Teachers College Student Senate

Vice President (2021 - 2023); Education Policy & Social Analysis Senator (2020 - 2021)

The Teachers College Student Senate advocates on behalf of the entire student body of Teachers College, Columbia University. Governed by its own Constitution, the TC Student Senate often represents the student voice in a variety of campus decisions. Senators are elected by their academic departments, and then Executive Board positions are elected from the body of Senators.