Honors and Awards

Achieving Academic Excellence the Fall Semester of 2019 – Diversity Office – Awarded Jan. 2020

The University Diversity Office extends this award to students for academic excellence by maintaining a GPA of 3.0 (or higher) for the fall semester of 2019.

Accepted into the Communications Honors Convergence Capstone – Spring 2019

After applying, I have been accepted to the Honors Convergences for the Communications Capstone for the year of 2019-2020 at Cabrini University.  Throughout the summer and senior year, the class will be researching the inequalities of the education system.

“Power of Your Purchase” – Simulation 1st place – Fall 2019

Classroom coached and helped create an interactive simulation, demonstrating specifically how our uneducated purchases support modern-day slavery across the world. The simulation walks through the makings of technology, chocolate, and clothes when made unethically. The simulation also includes a call-to-action and advocacy piece were we send people’s thoughts afterward directly to Walmart, one of the businesses not using a transparent supply chain.

Treasurer of Society of Collegiate Journalists (SCJ): October 2018 – Present

Will be responsible for taking SCJ finances, bookkeeping, and assisting the President and Vice President with other responsibilities when needed.

Finalist for Society of Professional Journalists – Spring 2018

Online/Digital News Videography category this year’s Region 1 Mark of Excellence Awards: How addiction affects families.

Society for Collegiate Journalists – Spring 2018

The Society for Collegiate Journalists is a National Society of Collegiate Mass Communications. It is the nation’s oldest organization designed solely to serve college media leaders.

Delta Alpha Pi Honors Society – Spring 2018

Recognizes high-achieving students with disabilities in college.

Cabrini University President’s List – Fall 2017

This requires a GPA of 3.9 or higher for coursework completed at Cabrini University with a minimum of 12 credits of letter-graded course work.

We did nothing wrong: Simulation 1st place – Fall 2016

Created an interactive simulation, demonstrating specifically how the war in Syria affects children negatively, portraying how these children are not just statistics. The simulation walks through not only crossing the border facts and statistics but walks through the harsh realities of staying safely in a new location or the outcomes if deported. The simulation also includes a call-to-action piece were we send people’s thoughts afterward directly to Congress. This simulation is being used by local high schools.