Leslie Kirk, '18 Sustainable Urban Development, wants to give voice to people by empowering them to make sense of their surroundings.
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Assistant Professor Andrea Modarres will discuss Kamala Khan, the first American Muslim character to headline a comic book, as part of the Grit City Think & Drink speaker series.
Read about some of more than 1,850 UW Tacoma change-makers launching into the world in June 2018 with their newly-minted University of Washington degrees.
Danni Derrickson, '18 Communication, is on her way to a career in journalism, spending the summer writing for The Olympian and The Seattle Times.
Leander Yazzie, '18 Educational Leadership (Ed.D.), wants to see more Native people in college, beyond the one percent of enrollment that so many institutions report.
Kendy Trinh, '18 Ethnic, Gender & Labor Studies, is a proud first-generation college graduate who has helped many other students build their own foundations for success.
Zahra Sabir, '18 Marketing, may one day be in the White House, or may be the best grilled chef in the world, or just may help break down barriers in the marketing industry.
Leah Ruisenor, '18 Computer Science & Systems, hopes to set down local roots and leverage her love of anything to do with tech.
Malinda Osborn, '18 Communication, had never been out of the U.S. until she went on a quarter-long study-abroad experience to Italy, which taught her that some boundaries are meant to be crossed.
Apple Ortiz, '18 Law & Policy, found his way through the challenges of being a first-generation college student, and found a new confidence in his own worth.