Community Builders 2018 -2019

  • Pronouns: She/Her/Hers

    Class of: 2021

    Why I decided to become a community builder: I first encountered community builders when I visited for previews and I instantly knew I wanted to be a part of the work being done through them and the Davis Center. Sometimes it can be difficult to talk to an “adult” about identity, social justice, or just plain social struggles you’re facing, so being in a student position like the community builders gives me the chance to be a safe and comforting ear for anyone in need.

    About me: I was born and raised in southeast Texas surrounded by cows and injustice and have been looking for a way out for as long as I can remember. I’m the baby of my family with two older brothers but I live with my parents, grandmother, and 6 very grumpy cats. I’m prospectively going to major in Sociology (and maybe something else if it catches my attention) and am currently finding my niche in the Williams community. My interests include binge watching shows in languages I don’t understand, all the TexMex in the world, taking picture of trees, and those cute cookie decorating videos on Instagram.

    Come talk to me about: Anything and everything, what it’s like to be 2000 miles away from home, intersectional feminism, missing your pets, how to be a helpful ally, a good show you’re currently watching, body positivity, your favorite band, self-care methods, where to get a good enchilada around here (please, someone come talk to me about this).