Emily is a passionate student of Bristol Community College dedicated to her studies because of her belief in the transformative power in education.
This passion led to her services as President of Student Senate at her college, as well as her involvement in Phi Theta Kappa, working her way up from her chapter’s Public Relations Officer to the Vice President of Scholarship for the New England Region. She is also a strong advocate for dual enrollment. Having been a dual enrolled student herself; the program allowed her to graduate high school at sixteen, and obtain her Associate’s degree at seventeen. Despite the early start, Emily has chosen to stay at her community college because she feels she is not yet ready to close this chapter of her life.
Despite being an enthusiast of all subjects, Emily has taken the time to focus on developing her art, and add to her repertoire of skills she may combine and use across disciplines. She has many dreams and wishes for her future careers, including becoming an author, a teacher, artist, animator, physicist, and more.
However, Emily proclaims to be flexible in such goals and has a tendency to follow her heart, and in consideration of where she feels she is most needed.