Program/Majors: Honours Specialization in Global Studies and a Certificate in Digital Communications
Home city/home country: South Sudan
Favourite spot on campus: Second floor of the Frank Holmes Centre, window facing the Western parking lot
Most memorable moment at Huron: The first day of Welcome Week. I connected with everyone in person after seeing them online. I also finally met Dr. Craig which was amazing.
Clubs joined: World University Service Canada Huron Chapter, Huron Black Students Association, Jack.org
Volunteer/Work/Career Development/Research Experience:
- Social Media Intern at The Western Gazette
- Communications Manager for the HUCSC Council Presidential Elections
- VP Communications for the Huron Residence Council
- HUCSC Climate Emergency Working Group
- Summer Associate (Policy Advocacy) for Plan International Canada
Best class taken: ENG 1027: Storytellers Art
What I love about London Life: It’s a quiet and small city. Working in Toronto, I have realized it’s very different than London. Toronto gets chaotic and noisy. In London, it is so easy to find transportation and your way around. As the city is small, it’s also very easy to connect with other students, share my story and hear their stories.
Which Huron Residence I lived in: O’Neil-Ridley
Career Goal: Planning to go to grad and get a Master’s degree in International Development. As a career path, I see myself working in international development focusing on human rights, peace and security and various issues that UN works on.
I am a person who loves learning about people, about their background and about their way of life. I felt like I could see the same at Huron – I have always felt like a part of the community. There are times when everyone questions themselves if they belong somewhere, however at Huron, I believe I was able to feel connected with everyone. People will help you when they know what you need help with. You will always have an opportunity to reach out here, you just need to take the first step.
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