I attended the University of Florida for undergrad, where I became the first in my family to graduate from college. I majored in Natural Resources and Conservation and minored in zoology and education. Although, I worked nearly full time hours I was able to graduate in just three years. After graduation, before coming to law school, I spent two years teaching High School-Honors and Advanced Placement Chemistry. Teaching was a great experience that really helped me grow both personally and professionally.
I have really enjoyed me experience so far at UC (except for the cold Cincinnati weather). My one regret from undergrad is that I feel like I approached it as a human bull-dozer. That's something that I've tried to change here at law school by being as involved in the school as I can, trying to soak up experiences as they come. I've also focused on academics a lot more than I did in undergrad. Ironically enough, it was teaching, that taught me how to become a good student. Along the way I've had a lot of fun and have met great friends. Although I'm a diehard gators fan, I'm proud to say that I went to every Bearcats football game this last year (and many of the basketball games too).