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Centre College (Financial Economics)
The Ohio State University (Master's)
I study Arts Policy and Administration as well as City and Regional Planning at OSU. I teach a second-level writing class at The Ohio State University. I have been a creative writer since childhood, and a voracious reader. I wrote my first book in 4th grade, about a leprechaun, a house fire, and a tornado. I am currently reading the classics and other popular books from past generations, as well as books on architecture, community building, and arts and culture. I am interested in how the sense of place, the amenities you have access to, and the arts and culture of you community/city affect your development. I work with a blues festival in my hometown that aims to bring summer programming to a community suffering the effects of a history of disinvestment.
I am from a small town in Kentucky. I grew up splitting time between a house of 5 generations and a cattle farm out in the country.
I studied abroad in Strasbourg, France during undergrad.
I recently visited Cape Town, South Africa to put on a free basketball camp for children in the township of Crossroads. We taught them how to dribble and shoot. They taught us everything else.
I'm passionate about experience, travel, learning, equity, and issues facing forgotten communities. And I write every day. That's one of my most favorite accomplishments. I study Arts Policy and Administration as well as City and Regional Planning at OSU. I teach a second-level writing class at The Ohio State University. I have been a creative writer since childhood, and a voracious reader. I wrote my first book in Read more
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