I labored for almost nine years as a full-time bookbinder and large machine operator when I fell victim to the economic catastrophe that hit the United States in August 2010.
After loosing my job, my grandparents provided a great deal of financial support that enabled me to return to college in November 2010.
I have earned an Associate of Arts degree from Cincinnati State Technical and Community College, graduating summa cum laude in 2012.
I am nearing completion of my BA in History and Area of Concentration in English at Northern Kentucky University.
I have researched smear tactics used by FDR's opponents during Roosevelt's first term as President, the influence of the Society of Jesus in Latin America, and I am currently researching nineteenth-century religious movements in the United States.
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What are my interests?
They are incredibly varied. Before losing my job, my main interest was reading theology and political science books.
Since returning to college, I have more free time to pursue activities that were previously denied to me because of the long hours at work.
At present, I am preparing to transition back into the work force, honing my piano skills, and continuing historical research.