Current Job Title: I'm an Honors Attorney at the National Labor Relations Board, which is the Federal Agency that focuses on labor rights and relations between unions and employers.
After graduating from Williams, I drove ships for the Navy as a Surface Warfare Officer. When I left the Navy, I returned to sports and worked as a Ticket Sales Manager for the Washington Spirit and then as a Law Clerk for the Major League Soccer Players Association. Working for a professional women's soccer team during the "equal pay for equal play" movement and then for a sports union solidified my interest in labor law, which is the field I work in now.
Williams graduation year: 2011
Sport(s) played at Williams: Ice Hockey
Degree you earned at Williams: Political Science and Concentration in Leadership Studies
How you got involved in Eph Sports Information: An email was sent out to some of the rising freshmen about Sports Info having job openings and I jumped at the chance.
What were your duties in Eph Sports Information: I did a little bit of everything; reported on field hockey games, updated the website, and did a video editing project. My favorite duty was commentating softball games.
Favorite Eph Sports Information memory: My Senior year, Williams Softball played Amherst in their last home games of the season. After losing the first game of the series, Williams needed to win their doubleheader to clinch a NESCAC playoff berth and win the Little Three title. In the first game of the double header, Williams entered the bottom of the 7th inning down 4-3. My close friends and future bridesmaids Carly Ameen and Caitlyn Cain got on base and with 2 outs, Kaitlin Dinet drove both of them in for the win. We slaughter-ruled Amherst 10-0 in the second game. Commentating on those two games was the picture perfect way to finish working for Eph Sports Info.