La’Na Holden, ’19 M.Ed., strongly believes in practicing what you preach. So much that she returned to school to obtain her M.Ed. because she often tells her students to always be willing to grow and learn.
At Meredith, psychology and social work major Sandra Taranhike, ’19, has come to recognize the qualities that make her uniquely strong.
At Meredith, Christina Cowperthwait, ’19, found ways to explore her passions and gain the self-assurance and knowledge to move steadily toward her goal of one day owning her own business. The first step: finish earning her MBA that she started senior year.
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.
For four years at Meredith, Leslie Castro, ’19, studied in an English classroom that featured a poster from the Shakespeare Theatre Company. Soon, she will find herself a part of that company.
The daughter of missionaries, Keliy Grobbelaar, ’20, has experienced a lot. Living all over the world helped her develop a great sense of cultural inclusivity and a passion for people from all backgrounds.
From the moment Pinaky Patel, ’19, returned to the United States at the age of 17, she had a dream of earning a degree in computer science. Almost 20 years later, that dream is becoming reality.
When Sydney Spadaro, ’19, sets a goal, she does all she can to make sure she reaches it. Having completed her undergraduate degree, her next goal brings her right back to Meredith where she is already pursuing an MBA.
After completing her Dietetic Internship at Meredith, Stephanie Ott, ’19, decided to pursue her Master of Science in nutrition in order to better serve her patients. A practicing licensed registered dietitian at Duke Raleigh Hospital, Stephanie will serve as the main DI clinical preceptor at Duke Raleigh after graduation.
At Meredith, Rana Oueijan, ’19, pursued a focused academic path and enjoyed a variety of powerful hands-on learning experiences. Next up: the four-year Doctor of Pharmacy program at Campbell University.