I was born in Worcester, Massachusetts (that’s pronounced “wu-str”—way harder to say than Regina). My parents are both Canadian and, thankfully, they brought me back to Canada at the age of two so I didn’t develop a Boston accent! I have been raised in a loving and supportive home, for which I am eternally grateful. I have two younger siblings, who I am sometimes not eternally grateful for, and a golden retriever named Scooter. My family has no doubt shaped me into the person I am today.
I am a highly motivated student-athlete, and I pride myself in being involved in a wide array of extracurricular activities. I am the president of the Student Leadership Council and co-president of the Best Buddies program at Campbell Collegiate. I have a strong passion for running and I train regularly with a distance group in Excel Athletika. I am a lifeguard with the City of Regina, which gives me the opportunity to teach swimming lessons and become more involved in my community. I am passionate about the things that I love, and I fight strongly for what I believe in.
In the future, my ultimate goal is to study medicine so that I can truly make a difference in the lives of others. I am a strong academic student with many high expectations, and I can’t wait to see what life will hold for me!