Born and raised in the smallest of small towns in rural Maine, I have always been someone who is keeping myself busy and exploring everything around me. I had a sporty and adventuring childhood filled with various seasonal athletics and a nerdy love for school. I moved to Rhode Island in 2014 to go to Bryant University for my four years of college, and graduated in May of 2018 with a Bachelor of Arts in Communication, a double-minor in Marketing and Sociology and a concentration in Sports Studies. Bryant's community allowed me to partake and excel in new activities, including becoming President of the women's rugby club, as well as the Editor-in-Chief of our school newspaper "The Archway".
I now live in the Back Bay area of Boston, where I have had the opportunity to work with aspects of the media in sports and entertainment. I have learned to love the Boston culture, and enjoy the constant bubbling of entertainment living in the city provides.
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