- “My favorite KU memory is…”
Having my dad speak at my commencement at Memorial Stadium in 2014.
- “I became a Jayhawk because…”
Growing up, KU was more than just a “school”, it’s a place that clearly defined who people were, including my family members.
- “Being a Jayhawk means…”
Being proud of your Kansas roots and learning to embrace everything unknown that lies beyond them.
- “I’m most proud of…”
The curtain dropping at Lied Center on closing night of Rock Chalk Revue in 2014, which I was the Executive Producer for that year.
- The best advice I ever got:
“It’ll be fine.”- Mary Klayder (KU Honors Lecturer in English)
- My best advice for college students:
College is a series of small moments both in and out of the classroom that shape who you are – make time for all of them and more even when you think you can’t. You can catch up on sleep after graduation.
- My super power would be:
The ability to know everybody’s name and one fun fact about them when I meet them.
- The last thing I read for fun was:
The Rap Year Book by Shea Serrano
- What’s your favorite spot on campus?
Memorial Stadium and its surroundings on a fall Saturday afternoon.
- What’s the best KU tradition?
Red roofs on limestone buildings. It’s always beautiful no matter the weather or time of day.
- What KU class surprised you the most?
Studying abroad in India
- What inspires you?
The knowledge that friends, family and others can instill upon me at any given time.
- What’s at the top of your bucket list?
Watching my children walk through the campanile in their cap and gown.
- What did you want to be when you were growing up?
Definitely the president.
- Who would you invite to your dream dinner party?
Bill Self, Scot Pollard and Quin Snyder
- If you had your own Big Jay outfit, where would you wear it?
To my wedding. I’m pretty sure he has a tuxedo outfit.
- Where is the most unexpected place you've ever heard or said, "Rock Chalk"?