- As a student, how did you contribute to KU’s community and culture?
In my four years at KU, I contributed quite a bit to the scholarship hall community. I held several leadership positions and was the proctor of my hall for two years.
- How did KU push you to try harder or to try something new?
Western Civ opened my eyes to things I had never thought before and changed many of my worldviews in the process.
- Describe a moment, during or after your time as a KU student, when you felt the greatest sense of Jayhawk pride.
Any time I see a new study come out by KU faculty, or see that a professor or alum has won a prestigious award, I get a familiar swell of Jayhawk pride.
- What was the greatest gift you took with you after graduation?
A renewed sense of responsibility and optimism. I know that I can make a difference in the world.
- Reveal one secret about the KU campus.
The rooftops of Eaton Hall and Strong Hall have the best views.
- Where is the most unexpected place you've ever heard or said, "Rock Chalk"?
Driving down the highway in Chicago, I looked over and a person in the backseat of the car next to me had written "Rock Chalk" on a piece of paper to get my attention. They must have noticed the KU Alumni tag on my car.