Dean of Students at La Cense Montana, Professional School of Horsemanship
B.A. Equestrian Administration '07, M.B.A Human Resources '09
"The ability to earn both my B.S. and M.B.A. within five years allowed me to set myself apart from the crowd..."
The five years I spent at WWU were absolutely priceless. As an undergraduate student, I learned from some of the best in the equine industry; in the classroom and arena. I was able to gain real world experience through the leadership positions I held in the Delta Chi chapter of Alpha Phi, my memberships in Order of Omega and President's Twenty and participating in campus events including Freshman Advantage, LEAD and equestrian events. During my last two years as a Graduate Assistant in the Equestrian Division at WWU, I was able to apply what I learned as an undergraduate and develop my skills as a leader. It is because of the excellent educational and leadership opportunities WWU offers its students, both in and out of the classroom, that I was able to enter the equestrian education industry upon graduation.