Davis International Center Leader Coordinator
Princeton, NJ (Dec 2021 - present)
As chief international student coordinator, I am in charge of planning, organizing, and coordinating Undergraduate and Graduate International Orientations for all students new to Princeton University.
Throughout the academic year, my tasks include recruiting and training 24 selected undergraduate leaders in running orientations and year-round programming for the international community at Princeton. I collaborate with various campus administrative offices and student organizations in planning and implementing these programming initiatives directed towards Princeton’s international community.
Although my term as International Center Leader Coordinator began in December 2021, I served for 6 months (July to December 2021) in an Assistant Coordinator role performing the same responsibilities as the coordinator as listed above under the guidance of the preceding International Center Leader Coordinator.
Prior to this, I served as a Davis International Center Leader for the academic years 2019-2020 and 2021-22. My main responsibility in this role was to lead a group of 12 first-year international students during International Orientation and serve as their liaison and point of reference throughout their first year. Throughout the academic year, our team of Davis International Center Leaders collaborated with Davis International Center staff on the organization and logistics of the International Orientation programs and in coordinating several live and virtual community building events for Princeton’s international community.
Treasurer at Cloister Inn
Princeton, NJ (Nov 2021 - present)
As Treasurer, I am in charge of planning, overseeing, and executing the social budget for the club. The social budget includes all funding for social events of the 110-year old club as well as miscellaneous expenses not included in food and house management.
I maintain records of social budget spending, manage club debit cards, obtain price quotes and coordinate payments with service providers, and track and collect guest fees for club events.
Our team of officers attends monthly meetings with the Graduate Board where I communicate financial trends of the club.
Princeton Correspondent on Undergraduate Research
In my role as a correspondent on undergraduate research, I write two blog posts per month aimed towards promoting a culture of research and scholarship amongst undergraduates. I also review fellow correspondents’ blog drafts and attend training workshops.
I also serve as an ambassador for the Office of Undergraduate Research to the wider University community, occasionally undertaking publicity efforts and attending regular planning meetings.
My blog posts can be accessed here!
Princeton, NJ (Sep 2021 - present)
McGraw Center Math and Physics Tutor
Princeton, NJ (Sep 2019 - May 2020, Sep 2021 - present)
In this role, I lead large-group weekly tutoring sessions for 4 classes: (Math) Calculus II – Mathematics: Shape and Motion, (Math) Linear Systems, (Physics) Mechanics, Energy, and Waves, (Physics) Electricity and Photonics.
I guide students both in groups and individually as they work through their weekly problem sets and review for exams. My tutoring style focuses on understanding and applying theoretical concepts.
As part of McGraw's team of tutors, I regularly engage in training workshops that span a wide range of topics on the psychology behind education, techniques to becoming better tutors, teaching better problem-solving, and study/work ethics.
Scholar at Girls Who Invest Online Intensive Program
In this opportunity, I completed selective, self-guided online educational program focused on understanding the investment industry and core investment concepts. The program modules I completed include the CFA Institute Investment Foundations Program; Wall Street Prep courses in Excel, Analyzing Financial Reports, and Accounting; and Wharton Online Foundations of Investment Management.
Outside coursework, I joined leadership and finance career development workshops and seminars held by women financial leaders.
online (Feb 2020 - Aug 2020)
Coxswain at Princeton's Women's Lightweight Crew
Princeton, NJ (Sep 2018 - May 2020)
As coxswain, I led daily training, steered the boat, and provided motivational and technical commands during practices. I served as the liaison between my coach and teammates in coordinating race plans and training strategies.
One of the responsibilities of my role included training more than a dozen first-time and novice rowers on the fundamental rowing techniques to bring them to collegiate competition-level in under 8 months.
I have competed regionally in the East Coast. Races involved multitasking and strategizing under pressure during races.
Apart from the expectations of me as coxswain, I was selected by my team to serve as a Student-Athlete Wellness Leader where I served as a liaison between student-athletes on my team, administration, and faculty. I and the other Student-Athlete Wellness Leaders advised on issues that affect the health and welfare of all student-athletes and fostered community relations through projects and experiences for student-athletes.
Volunteer Coach at Special Olympics Rowing
In this role, I coached 30+ athletes with intellectual and developmental disabilities using a range of rowing equipment and training techniques.
Our team of volunteer coaches worked to achieve the mission statement of Special Olympics, using the “transformative power of sports to instill confidence, improve health, and inspire a sense of competition,” giving the athletes “continuing opportunities to develop physical fitness, demonstrate courage, experience joy, and participate in sharing of gifts, skills, and friendship.”
Princeton, NJ (Sep 2018 - May 2020)