Celebrating Meredith’s Class of 2024

Last weekend, we celebrated the Class of 2024 and all their accomplishments at Commencement. We can’t wait to see what’s in store for our newest alumnae as they begin a new journey in life – one thing’s for sure, we know they will continue going strong.

In this blog, we are excited to share some of our students’ success and hope they give you an idea of how a Meredith education can impact you. Here are 11 Strong Stories from the Class of 2024.

Breanna Bivens

Strong Student Breanna Bivens
When Wings student Breanna Bivens, ’24, returned to school she chose to study social work, a major that made the most of her ability to help others and connect them with needed resources.

Alyshena Case

Strong Student Alyshena Case
As a biology and psychology major, Alyshena Case, ’24, adopted a growth mindset which improved her confidence and prepared her for the future. Through her research experiences at Meredith, she has learned to believe in herself when faced with a challenge. After graduation, Alyshena will be working as a Behavior Technician at Mosaic Pediatric Therapies.

Lexi Crank

Strong Student Alexandria Crank
At Meredith, psychology major Lexi Crank, ’24, has learned the importance of doing what you love, including a passion for helping others learn, asking tough questions, and traveling.

Yakira Gonzalez

Strong Student Yakira Gonzalez
As a first-generation college student, navigating the college application process was difficult for Yakira Gonzalez, ’24. Looking back, she’s glad she completed the process and spent the last four years at Meredith making connections and building on her strengths.

Tiani Hinnant

Strong Student Tiani Hinnant
Fashion design major Tiani Hinnant, ’24, has taken advantage of various opportunities during her time at Meredith College to help her become a strong leader.

Wanjiru Mambo

Strong Student Wanjiru Mambo
Computer science major Wanjiru Mambo, ’24, gained valuable experience through two internships and campus involvement. As a passionate learner, she is confident to enter the field of data science after graduation.

Tiffany Millner

Strong Student Tiffany Millner
Tiffany Millner, ʼ24, majored in psychology later in life to become a licensed counselor and help women overcome obstacles. The community at Meredith has helped nurture her and she looks forward to helping others as a licensed professional counselor.

Remay Pemba

Strong Student Remay Pemba
With support from her advisors, business administration major Remay Pemba, ’24, pursued her passion for finance, studied abroad, completed multiple internships at top organizations, and prepared for her chosen career by building strong analytical, communication, and teamwork skills.

Josefina Mercedes Puello

Strong Student Josefina Puello
A recommendation from her community college art professor led graphic design major Josefina Mercedes Puello, ’24, to Meredith, where she’s gaining the skills to turn her passion for design into a career.

Nia Simpson

Strong Student Nia Simpson
Through two internships, sociology and criminology major Nia Simpson, ’24, discovered a passion for working with juveniles and improving the justice system. Next up: Earning a Master of Social Work from N.C. Central University.

Amanda Webb

Strong Student Amanda Webb
As a student in Meredith’s Dual Degree Engineering Program, Amanda Webb, ’24, has built connections with students and faculty while strengthening her communication and problem-solving skills.

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