Emily Brown is today’s featured Summer Housing Assistant in the spotlight.
Although this is Emily’s first time as a SHA, she has worked in Residence Life previously as an RA as well as being involved in RHAA for the past three years. Emily wished to become a SHA so she could work in Residence Life over the summer. The position may be new to her but Emily is enthusiastic about the job.
“I’m looking forward to get to know all the ins and outs of the Community Center and the way Residence Life operates,” Emily said, “I love learning new things!”
There is still much of the summer left but so far Emily’s learned how to be a functional and organized office person.
“I never saw myself working in an office setting but I really enjoy it!,” Emily said.
When not working, Emily enjoys cooking and baking.
“I’m known for experimenting with recipes and putting in my own twist,”she said.
She also likes to explore the walking trails, ride her bike, and go camping.
“If I had time, I would go camping every week” she said.
Thank you Emily for all that you do, we are very glad to have you working with us this summer!
Year in school: Senior
Major/Minor: Human Biology, Nutritional Science emphasis
Hometown: Milton, WI
Favorite candy: Almond Joy
Favorite book: Toss-up between The Fault in our Stars (John Green) and Elsewhere (Gabrielle Zevin)
Favorite Quote: “You have never really lived until you have done something for someone who can never repay you.” -Unknown
Favorite TV show: Toss-up between Spongebob Squarepants and The Big Bang Theory
Favorite color: Greens and Blues
Favorite class: Nutrition Classes
If you were auditioning for American Idol, what song would you sing: Separate Ways by Journey
If someone were writing your biography, what would the title be: Here, There, and Everywhere
Do you have any pets: I have a cat (Katie) and a black lab (Sadie), and they are the loves of my life.
If you could travel abroad anywhere, where would you go: I would love to travel around the Northern Hemisphere. I love the cold weather and I want to see the tundra’s ecosystems in all their glory!