Hometown: North Augusta, SC
Undergrad college: University of South Carolina- Aiken
Degree earned, if any: Bachelor of Science in Biology
Family here with you:
I did not bring any family members with me but I adopted a puppy, Mannie, from the Spartanburg Humane Society in October
Why did you choose Sherman College?
Close to home, I can relate to the college’s philosophy and approach to chiropractic
Activities you are involved in at Sherman College:
Laycut Editor of the Spizz, Lyceum volunteer committee, Sherman blogger, Palpation club
Favorite thing to do or place to go on a Saturday night:
Go out with local friends, travel to surrounding cities to go out with friends from undergrad, SLEEP, catch up on the past week’s episodes of the Young and the Restless on soapnet, Just have fun
Favorite thing about Sherman College:
Small class size, Learning about what chiropractic is and how it should actually be practiced, Being a Sherman College Blogger and having new students recognize me in the halls
Most challenging thing about Sherman College:
Anatomy, The “Trek” from the parking lot to the building on an 18 degree winter morning, Going to class from 8am to 6pm, taking 9 classes
Advice for students choosing chiropractic as a career and/or coming
to Sherman College:
I feel that chiropractic is a great profession, but it is important for a student that is contemplating choosing chiropractic to be sure that they are making the right choice for themselves.
Take everything that you possibly can from the experience so that you have a good understanding of what chiropractic truly is.