Powerful stories of the Meredith community going strong.
Wings student Dana Oliver, ’19, strengthened her communication skills, confidence, and leadership abilities while earning her degree as an adult student at Meredith.
Now a human resource (HR) professional, Krystee Chase, ’18, is a former Wings student who knows Meredith College provided her with the tools she needed to excel in her career.
Annie Poslusny, ’19, dreamed of going back to school to study art history. With an undergraduate degree in French, she chose to earn a second undergraduate degree with a self-designed contract major in art history.
Emily Johnson, ’16, came to Meredith to earn a second bachelor’s degree in computer science after earning her first degree in psychology.
Driven by a passion for political activism, Daphne Moore, ’19, came to Meredith to pursue political science, with plans to eventually run for office.
When Jennifer Lynn Campbell, ’18, applied to Meredith as a Wings student, she knew that she wanted to promote social movement and change. She has always had a passion for social justice and wanted to better understand why some people thrive and others struggle.
At Meredith, Donna Bahena Bustos, ’18, ’20 (M.A. Teaching), learned to appreciate her background. Now, she teaches her students to do the same.
Margaret Gaskin-Tuell, ’18, never stopped painting, and she never gave up on her dream of earning her degree in her craft – a dream that ultimately led her to Meredith College.
Wings student and triple major Tina Salmon, ’17, discovered a talent for leadership and advocacy at Meredith.
Wings student Valerie Lawrence, ’17, was hired as a full-time analyst after completing a summer internship at Credit Suisse.