Powerful stories of the Meredith community going strong.
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.
Building her legacy of kindness at Meredith College, Rachel Hefner, ’21, dedicates most of her time volunteering to improve the lives of those who live within her local community.
Social work major Lindsey Norris, ’20, was accepted into the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill’s Advanced Standing Master of Social Work Program. She was also chosen to participate in the highly selective UNC PrimeCare program
Henley Peatross, ’20, found that her strengths align perfectly with her majors: social work and criminology. She’ll continue to use her strengths while earning her Master of Social Work degree at NC State University,
At Meredith, psychology and social work major Sandra Taranhike, ’19, built on her strengths and prepared for a post-grad role as a research assistant for a national non-profit.
As a United States Marine Corps veteran Sheila Thomas, ’19, knows what it means to be strong. Through StrongPoints and a supportive Meredith community, she grew even stronger and more determined.
Caroline Garrett, ’19, aims to change the world through advocacy. With a passion for helping others, she is pursuing degrees in social work and psychology with a minor in sociology.
After earning a bachelor’s degree in social work, Elizabeth Leon Evans, ’18, plans to work for an organization that advocates, educates, and fights for social justice.
Wings student and triple major Tina Salmon, ’17, discovered a talent for leadership and advocacy at Meredith.
Social work major Dielle McMillan, ’17, used her strengths as a leader to benefit the campus community.