Do What You Love: How I’ve learned to embrace the things I enjoy, no matter who they’re with.
Don't Ring The Bell: How to Change the World by Never Quitting.
Finding Myself: It takes courage to be yourself.
Many of us spend so much time planning what's ahead that we neglect our present day. We have to be careful not to step over what happening in our lives now on the way to what is ahead.
Being a Kid: Realizing that our problems oftentimes are much simpler than we make them out to be, and that being bad at what we love isn't all that bad.
Embrace Your Difference: At Hill, we fit in because we are different. Don’t just let Hill define you, let yourself define Hill as well.
Fear, Failure, and Following Your Heart: How my fear of making friends taught me the value of vulnerability, being unapologetic about who you are, following your heart, and taking that leap of faith that you’ve always been afraid to take.
Find Your Belonging: How I found my belonging through nine Army moves.
Best of Both Worlds: Staying true to yourself is easier said than done. My story on why you should fight to overcome stereotypes, and how you might even find yourself along the way.
The Real Definition of Feminism: In our society feminism is now synonymous with man-hating. I choose to give this chapel talk to redefine the word and give my own definition of feminism.
Reflecting on life lessons learnt, using Dr. Kenneth Blanchard and Dr. Norman Vinvent Peale's book on “The Power of Ethical Management."
The Love That You Give: This talk is a representation of me and everything I have worked to become at Hill. My only goal for this talk was to tell my story, give others hope and challenge others to do the same.
Competitive Spirit: The positive and negative lessons learned about competition from being an over competitive third child.
Being Creative, Your Way: We all have creativity in us. This is how I found mine through my journey writing a novel for NaNoWriMo.
You Should Care: An exploration of various social issues and why they matter even if they don't directly affect the individual.
Are we truly inclusive if we don't spend the time to listen to our staff ? In our vibrant Hill community, a portion of the community often goes unrecognized - our staff. Are we truly living up to our standard?
Life Doesn't Always Go as Planned. Embrace the Surprises.
Lawrenceville Weekend: Playing time doesn’t define one’s role on a team. Everyone plays an important role whether it be cheering for teammates or scoring the game winner. Having a good attitude and positive body language can make the biggest difference in both the team’s success and one’s personal experience on a team.
Sandy and Me: Every family has its share of stories. I reflect upon the most famous story in my family, one born from the aftermath of a deadly storm, and examine its importance in my life.
I Don't Know: A reflection on learning to accept that we don't have all the answers.