1. What activities are/were you involved in a Kettering and in high school?
In high school, I was a part of the National Honors Society (junior-senior member). I was a tutor for other high school and junior high school students in math, and was a per of the co-op program (sophomore-senior). Currently, I am a member of Outdoors Club and the Sigma Chi fraternity.
2. What is the one trait you want people to know you for?
I want to be known to have a congenial disposition.
3. What is your favorite quote/saying(s)?
Act, not react
4. What do you think can be improved at Kettering and what steps will you take to accomplish this improvement?
I think the knowledge of who is their class representative and making sure each student can easily contact their rep needs to be improved. To do this, flyers around the school with the picture and email of each representative. Along with sending out friendly emails asking the students if there is anything on their mind. Making that better connection with the student body.
5. What has been your biggest success and failure? What have you learned from them?
My biggest success is obtaining 3.5 years of real world engineering experience from my co-op jobs in high school and Kettering this early in my life. I would say my biggest failure is not making strong connections with my teachers/professors. Nothing beats real-world experience and having more of it means you meet more people in your field. The more people you meet, the more knowledge and involvement they give back to you which is why I need to make these connections with professors.
6. What is your motivation for wanting to represent the student body via Student Senate?
My motivation to run for Student Senate is to be someone that everybody knows and so I can give them my knowledge and give the student body the benefits of my involvement. Just like how I make connections at work to help me, I want the student body to make that same connection with me.