Degree: Fashion and Textile Management ‘19
Hometown: Raleigh, NC
Current City: Raleigh, NC
Council Position: Undergraduate Student Representative on Events Committee
What does it mean to be a member and student representative of the Dean’s Young Alumni Leadership Council?
I’m so honored to be a member of the DYALC. To me, this means I can serve the Wilson College of Textiles and all that it has done for me, while helping to foster relationships between the school and the industry. In addition, I hope to continue to strengthen the College and its resources through the remainder of my school career and professional career.
What do you see in the future for the Wilson College of Textiles?
The Wilson College of Textiles future looks so bright! With the fast-changing industry, our faculty and students are committed to keeping the curriculum and relevancy of the program up to date and futuristic. I think that the Wilson College of Textiles will continue to be notable as one of the top textile schools in the country, with its diversity in majors and students!