Global Studies alumna Sarah Rolfing making a difference in Kenya

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Alumna Sarah Rolfing was recently featured by The News Tribune [The Puyallup Herald], Jan. 11, 2017. In an article titled "Sumner native to launch health care project in Kenya with help from Sumner Rotary," by Allison Needles, Rolfing's work bringing basic health care and sanitation to villages in Kenya with Team Agape - New Life Mission, a nonprofit which she helped create in 2009.

A Global Honors student majoring in Global Studies with a minor in Nonprofit Management (now Nonprofit Studies), Rolfing graduated in 2013.

Read more about Rolfing's work in the global community herehttp://www.thenewstribune.com/news/local/community/puyallup-herald/ph-sumner/article125905379.html.

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Meridith Hatch / January 12, 2017