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The summer after my freshman year of college, I interned at the Good Work Network in New Orleans through the Robertson Program!
The mission of Good Work Network is to help minority- and women-owned businesses start, grow and succeed.
Nysmith students are leaders, collaborators, and team builders.
The joy of learning that marked their earliest years has laid the groundwork for life-long learning; their probing curiosity fuels both innovation and a deep sense of personal fulfillment. I was never put down for getting really into something.
In high school, I took Summer Chemistry after my freshman year so I could take AP Biology and AP Chemistry as a sophomore.
I then spent two summers as a Research Intern at the National Institutes of Health, where I initiated a mathematical and computational modeling research project in the lab to investigate the mental fatigue phenomenon.
Last summer, I interned at the Good Work Network and was a Teaching Assistant for the TOMODACHI Toshiba Science & Technology Leadership Academy, and continued expanding CARE’s operations and impact.
” “Nysmith really encouraged a well-rounded education that I still benefit from today.
I’m fortunate to serve as Treasurer on the International Relations Association Executive Board and Director of Finance & Sponsorships on the American Mock World Health Organization Executive Board.
I’m also involved with community service and leadership and STEM conferences.
I’ve always been drawn to the idea of making a difference in the community, and currently serve as the CEO and Founder of Creating Awareness in Research and Education (CARE) and a former Executive Director for Growth and Inspiration through Volunteering and Education (GIVE), both non-profit organizations striving to address educational disparities across varying socioeconomic dimensions.
In college, as a Robertson Scholar at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill/Duke University, I’m double majoring in B. Business Administration and Economics, with a minor in Entrepreneurship.
Nysmith alumni often attend highly prestigious schools – and credit their rigorous early training at The Nysmith School for their success in high school and beyond.