Originating in a brief conversation on UW Tacoma's Grand Staircase, a two-course sequence on non-profit governance fosters community connections and helps students achieve their career and service goals.
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Having started a nonprofit with her husband, Mwanaidi Lokeno, '16, plans to get a graduate degree in nursing and then work to eliminate female genital mutilation.
"There's lots of different opportunities--much more than I think there were a few years ago."
“Skateboarding is a universal language,” Warner says. “The invitation to play is irresistible if communicated well…and play breaks down cultural bias.” If Alchemy achieves its goals, Warner tells the News Tribune, Tacoma itself will become better.