Emily of Portage, Pennsylvania, graduated summa cum laude with Bachelor of Arts degree in both Criminology and Psychology. Emily, ‘19,  made the most of her education at Mount Aloysius College by taking opportunities to apply what she has learned in her courses to real life situations. She has served as an FBI Honors Intern in New York, Pittsburgh, and Quantico, Virginia. Emily interned with District Attorney’s Office in Ebensburg, Pennsylvania, before taking a full-time position as an Operational Support Technician with the FBI in Miami, Florida.

She has not let these robust experiences shortchange her experiences on campus. Emily has been a four-year member of the women’s tennis team, served as president of both the Criminology and Psychology Clubs, provided leadership as a resident assistance, and assisted with the transition of new freshman as an Orientation Leader. She arrived at the College as a Mercy Presidential Scholar and continued to embrace those values with community service projects such as the M-power Anti-Bullying Campaign and the Mock Interview Fair at the Federal Correctional Institution Loretto. Emily was also named the 2019 AMCC Woman of the Year for her achievements on the tennis court and in the classroom.