University of Michigan – Ann Arbor, MI

Interdepartmental Program in Classical Art & Archaeology, May 2023

Randolph-Macon College – Ashland, VA

Bachelor of Arts in Classical Studies and Archaeology, May 2016

  • Advisor: Elizabeth Fisher (2012-2015); Dr. Gregory Daugherty (2015-2016)

Research Experience

Independent Study, Summer 2014: Conducted research on the various aspects of an archaeological excavation in Athens, Greece, including preservation and conservation, publication, the structure of an excavation, the archaeological record, and the ethics of archaeology.

Volunteer Experience

Docent, Kelsey Museum of Archaeology, University of Michigan, 2017-present

Guided visitors on tours relating to Greek, Roman, Egyptian, Near Eastern, and General archaeological topics

Other Professional Experience

Olynthos Excavations, 2017-present

Athenian Agora Excavations, 2014-present

Excavated in Athens, Greece; cleaned and sorted excavated materials

Greek, Archaeology and Classics Tutor, Randolph-Macon College, 2014-2016

Offered study and organizational tips relating to archaeology, classics, and ancient Greek

Writing Tutor, Randolph-Macon College, 2014-2016

Tutored students in correcting grammar, sentence structure, and other related topics

Web Editor, Randolph-Macon College Yellow Jacket Newspaper, 2013-2016

Managed an interactive and appealing website for the student newspaper using basic HTML

Circulation Desk Office Aide, Randolph-Macon College McGraw-Page Library, 2013-2016

Circulated and shelved library materials based on the Library of Congress classification system

Ride Attendant, Busch Gardens Williamsburg, 2011-2014

Contributed to park’s satisfaction rating of 76% in 2013 by assisting and interacting with guests


“What’s Love Got to Do With it: Helen’s Agency in the Seduction of Helen,” University of Richmond, Virginia Undergraduate Symposium for Classics, “Critical Identities in Antiquity,” November 6, 2015.


Society for Classical Studies Minority Summer Fellowship, January 2016: Awarded to minority students in Classical Studies and/or Archaeology to further students’ preparation in classics or classical archaeology with opportunities not available during the school year.

Dean’s List, January 2013 – May 2016. Randolph-Macon College.

Robert Epes-Jones Scholarship, September 2014: Awarded to one or more incoming freshmen who plan to major in classical studies and who are also a recipient of a Presidential Scholarship.

Douglas W. Foard Phi Beta Kappa Sophomore Award, September 2014: Honored all students who achieved at least a 3.5 grade point average by the end of their sophomore year at Randolph-Macon College.

Niarchos Fellowship, March 2014 and March 2015: Covered the cost of the airfare to and from Athens for Athenian Agora excavations; awarded to only five students from Randolph-Macon College.


Phi Beta Kappa, April 2016 – present: The Nation’s Oldest Academic Honor Society.

Omicron Delta Kappa, April 2016 – present: The National Leadership Honor Society.

Gamma Sigma Alpha, November 2015 – present: The National Academic Greek Honor Society.

Rho Lambda, May 2015 – present: The National Sorority Leadership Recognition Society.

Eta Sigma Phi, March 2015 – present: The National Honorary Society for Greek and Latin.

Language Courses Taken

Randolph-Macon College’s Classical Languages program are seminar classes. In addition to reading the assigned works, substantial research papers and presentations were given by students about other topics and themes not discussed in class. Similarly, the Modern Languages program is made up of seminar classes. However, there is much more emphasis is on speaking and listening. Students in these classes leave understanding the works and authors read in the Classical Languages, and having developed better conversational skills and comprehension in the Modern Languages.

Business German

Greek New Testament

The Gospel of Luke

Greek Philosophical Prose

Plato (Apology, Symposium)

Greek Epic

Homer (Iliad 1, 3)

Latin Didactic Poetry (University of Michigan)

Lucretius (De Rerum Natura)

Virgil (Eclogues, Georgics, Aeneid)


President, Eta Sigma Phi, 2015-2016

Treasurer, Rho Lambda, 2015-2016

Rho Gamma, National Panhellenic Society, 2015

Alumnae Relations Coordinator, Alpha Gamma Delta Sorority, 2014-2015

Programming Director, Habitat for Humanity, 2013-2015

Vice President, German Club, 2013-2014