• Hello, I'm Moriah.

    I'm a college graduate who is excited to begin her career!


    “Every moment of one’s existence, one is growing into more or retreating into less.”

    ―Norman Mailer


    I am a 2019 graduate of Stevenson University, with a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice and a minor in Human Services. My commitment to my studies shows that I am a dedicated, hard-working student. This, coupled with my time as a student-athlete, has helped me become a well-rounded individual. I've maintained Dean's List academic status 7 out of 8 semesters. I'm also a Mid Atlantic Conference two year All-American, three year All-Region ,All-Conference and All-Academic athlete. I am also a NCAA "2019 Woman of the Year" honoree, who just completed four years of eligibility for volleyball. However, my competitive spirit has driven me to compete for two more years on the Track & Field team as a Triple Jumper and Long Jumper, all while pursuing a Master's degree in Communications.


    I'm interested in a position that will combine my three areas of studies into a fulfilling career. I have a deep interest in learning, reforming, and contributing to our nation’s criminal justice system. I thrive in settings that allow me to interact, communicate, and study a multitude of different people. But for now, I work at the local Jewish Community Center. I hold three different positions there: I am a Fitness Center Consultant, a Member & Guest Services Associate and I also work the Welcome Desk at the Pool Park. These positions, along with my previous positions as a Volleyball Camp Counselor, Assistant Coach and Team Manager, fulfill my passion for helping others and sharing what I've learned in regards to fitness and health.


    In addition to all this, my current internship at the Maryland State's Attorney's Office as an Evidence Specialist gives me the opportunity to increase my knowledge of the criminal justice system. This temporary position is preparing me to be an effective advocate for those I may serve in the future. A more detailed look at my educational background, training, skills, and work experience can be found in my resumé. Just click on the Resumé link or scroll to the bottom of this site to find the link!

  • Stevenson University

    10945 Boulevard Circle

    Owings Mills, MD 21117


    Bachelor of Science, Criminal Justice

    Minor in Human Services

    Cumulative GPA — 3.7/4.0


  • Academic Honors

    Here are some of the ways I was recognized throughout the academic years!

    Presidential Fellowship Scholarship (2015 - 2019)

    Received a full scholarship to attend Stevenson University based on high school academics, extracurricular activities, and community service.

    Dean’s List (2015 - 2019)

    Acquired a GPA higher than 3.5 in the fall and spring semesters of my freshman year (2015 - 2016), the fall and spring semesters of my sophomore year (2016 - 2017) and the fall semester of my junior year (2017). During the spring semester of my junior year (2017), I received honor roll status which requires a GPA higher than 3.2. However, in the fall and spring semester of my senior year (2018 - 2019), I was back on the Dean’s List.

    Cum Laude (2019)

    On May 23rd, I graduated with Cum Laude honors. This honor is given to graduating students who have obtained a GPA between 3.5 - 3.7.

  • Athletics


    (2015 - 2018)


    One of the main reasons that I decided to attend Stevenson University was because I was being recruited for volleyball. Being a member of this team is one of my greatest memories from my time there. During my four years as starter, I helped my team win four MAC Conference Championships. We also competed in the NCAA tournament all four years. During my tenure, my team earned a regional ranking of #2 and a national ranking of #15.



    (2019 - Present)


    Once my four years of NCAA eligibility in volleyball was completed, I found myself at a crossroad. I knew that I didn't want to be just a regular student, with a lot of free time on my hands. I'd been participating in athletics since I was six years old. However, I knew that I didn't have any experience in any other sports. Eventually, my competitive spirit drove me to give Track & Field a try and I decided to join the team as a Triple Jumper and Long Jumper. Surprisingly enough, it actually came very naturally to me. This past spring, I placed 5th in the MAC Conference for Long Jump. I enjoy it, and I've decided to continue with it while I pursue my Master's degree in Communications.

  • Athletic honors

    Here are some of the ways I was recognized throughout my four years as a volleyball player!


    All-Academic Team

    (2016, 2017, 2018)


    An honor decided by collective agreement by volleyball coaches of the Mid-Atlantic Commonwealth (MAC) Conference, giving 50 percent weight on both academic success and athletic success. A student-athlete must have a fall semester grade-point average (GPA) of 3.20 or higher to be eligible for this award.

    MAC All-Conference Team

    (2016, 2017, 2018)


    An honor decided by collective agreement by volleyball coaches of the Mid-Atlantic Commonwealth (MAC) Conference for exemplary athlete.

    AVCA Mid-Atlantic All-Region Team

    (2016, 2017, 2018)


    An honor decided by collective agreement by the American Volleyball Coaches Association. The College Volleyball All-Region Team is an honor given annually to the best regional college volleyball players at their respective positions.

    AVCA Honorable Mention All-American

    (2016, 2017)


    An honor decided by collective agreement by the American Volleyball Coaches Association. The College Volleyball All-America Team is an honor given annually to the best American college volleyball players at their respective positions.

    Team Captain

    (2017, 2018)


    An honor decided by collective agreement by the coaching staff and the other members of the volleyball team naming me as captain of the volleyball team. A team captain is the impetus for dedication, drive, and motivation. The team captain also inspires her teammates to believe in themselves and in the team.

    1,000 Kills



    An award presented to all volleyball players who reach the accomplishment of 1,000 kills during their collegiate career. By the end of my senior season, I'd recorded a total of 1,063 kills throughout my career.

    NCAA Woman of the Year



    An award created to honor a senior female student-athlete who has distinguished herself throughout her collegiate career in the areas of academic achievement, athletics excellence, service and leadership. Each year, ten finalists are selected from a larger pool of candidates.



    Fitness Consultant (February, 2018 - Present)


    As a Fitness Consultant, at a Community Center, I get to meet new and exciting people every day. I love working with motivated people and sharing my fitness knowledge and skills with them.


    Jewish Community Center


    3506 Gwynnbrook Ave.

    Owings Mills, MD 21117



  • Other Experiences


    Internship at the State Attorney's Office

    (January, 2019 - Present)


    This past semester I applied for an internship at the State Attorney's Office of Baltimore County. Three days a week I would travel to the courthouse in Towson, MD and help the Evidence Specialists prepare the necessary evidence for trial. This included sorting, analyzing, and editing the camera footage. I was also asked to note (known as "marking") the footage for significant events, as well as, redact (known as 'shielding") all personal identifying information. I enjoyed it so much, I decided to continue on as a volunteer after the internship was completed.





    Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA)

    (September, 2015 - Present)


    My experience as a student athlete has afforded me many opportunities to improve my work ethic, time management skills and people skills. I've been able to take what I've learned on the court and apply it to experiences off the court.


    Volleyball has also given me the opportunity to give back to the sport I love by mentoring and teaching other young volleyball players through my experience as a Team Captain, Team Manager, Volleyball Camp Counselor, and an Assistant Coach.


    In addition to that, volleyball has allowed me the chance to speak to groups of people about my experience as a Student Athlete through the platform of FCA. Just this past March, I was asked to be one of the guest speakers for their Regional Banquet.

  • Resume

    Consider reading my resume if you're looking to grasp a more comprehensive idea of who I am. Or, feel free to contact me for more information!


    Want to get in contact with me? Well here's how!