Major(s) while in college: Public Relations sequence in the esteemed School of Journalism and Mass Communication, Hispanic Studies minor
What do you want to do after graduation? Get a full-time job at UNC and then lead the praise band at Wesley. Obviously.
What is the color of your toothbrush? Green and white
If you could ask John Wesley one question, what would it be? How does the modern-day United Methodist Church compare to his vision of what the Church should become?
If you weren’t answering these questions right now, what would you want to do? Be a swashbuckling pirate sailing the Seven Seas and laughing over the jewels and goods plundered from the merchants of the English Crown.
Team Jacob or Team Edward? Jacob, I guess? Although I feel like he could do better than Bella.
Favorite childhood cartoon? If by cartoon, you mean comic strip, then it was Calvin & Hobbes. If you mean TV show, then it was a Japanese anime show called Zoids: Chaotic Century.
Are you breaking the law if you drive past a road sign that says, “do not pass”? If, either at the moment of passing or at some point within the stretch of road which falls under the regulation relayed by the sign, you pass a vehicle which is on the same road and traveling in the same direction, exceed the posted speed limit, exhibit reckless behavior, or perform any of a number of other illegal actions, you are breaking the law. Passing a Do Not Pass sign in itself does not constitute illegal activity.
What are your goals for this position and how do you see Wesley growing this year? I want to help make worship into something meaningful to every member of the Wesley family, regardless of their church/worship background and their current stage in life. I also want to facilitate the growth, both spiritually and musically, of the students who play and/or sing with the praise band.
Favorite Scripture: Matthew 6:25-34