Meet Your Advisor
Title/s: Academic Advisor
Originally from Rogers Park, Jane attended Fordham University in New York City. While a student at Fordham University, Jane could not resist the opportunity to study at Loyola University’s Rome Center. Upon graduation, she obtained a B.A. in History, with a double minor in Medieval Studies and Classical Civilization. Jane then started teaching high school in the New York area while simultaneously earning an M.A. in Education at Seton Hall University. An avid lover of history, she later completed a second Masters in History from Fordham University. Jane is elated to be back home in Chicago to help guide students during some of the most pivotal years of their academic lives. In her spare time, you’ll find her meandering about museums and checking out local eateries with her husband Mark and young daughter Cecilia.
“The greatest glory in living lies not in never falling, but in rising every time we fall.”
First Year Memory:
I can still vividly remember the nervous butterflies I felt in my stomach as my choir walked on stage at Carnegie Hall in New York. Never in a million years did I ever think I would be performing at one of the most famous music venues in the world. As a college freshman, I listened in awe as the Fordham University Concert Choir performed Mozart’s masterpiece, Requiem on the first day of orientation. I did not know another student on campus, but decided to take a risk and try out for the choir. Over the next four years I met some of my best friends through choir, and that experience inspired me to take chances in my college life and beyond.
M.A. in History, Fordham University
M.A. in Education, Seton Hall University
B.A. in History, Fordham University