Q: What is one thing you'll remember most from SHC?
A: I think the thing I'll remember the most about SHC (not only this year, but in years past) is the fun attitude that everyone has. While we had to cover some serious issues with events and such, there was always a light-heartedness that enveloped you as you walked into the Honors garage. It was nice to be in that sort of environment at least once a week. I'll definitely miss the smiles, jokes and fun times that occurred in those meetings.
Q: What did SHC teach you? Have you changed as a person because of SHC?
A: One lesson I learned this year as vice president is that meeting people where they are at is the most important thing as a leader. Being understanding, listening to what a person has to say, and addressing the issue in such a way that it can be handled quickly and professionally is something that I have developed this past year and will continue to use in my endeavors. SHC has only fed my hunger for leadership and community and I am so thankful for the opportunity to see it grow.
Q: What do you plan to do after you graduate?
A: After graduation, I will start a two-year mission with FOCUS (Fellowship of Catholic University Students). I will be placed on a college campus somewhere in the continental United States, meeting college students where they are and inviting them into a growing relationship with Jesus Christ and the Catholic faith.