My classes that first semester were challenging but intriguing. I was so excited for my first paper to be due! Of course I was signed up for Introduction to Peace and Conflict Studies, and I fell in love. Throughout my time at Guilford, I set the bar higher and higher for myself with every assignment and class. I not only met it but exceeded it time and again. I LOVED ALL OF IT! The learning, the challenges, the classes, the professors, and the history of Guilford. It was all perfect. Guilford College brought out the best in me. I found myself speaking in front of people, leading others, and changing lives, including my own. For the first time in my life, I felt smart, and my grades reflected that. I graduated with honors.
At the beginning of my fourth year at Guilford, I applied to the Elon School of Law in Greensboro and was accepted. I was even given a pretty decent scholarship. Not to say that law school was a breeze, but Guilford College gave me all the tools I needed to succeed. I graduated in the top half of my class, and I passed the bar exam on the first try. I am now the proud owner and solo practitioner of the Women’s Legal Advocacy Center of the Triad in Greensboro, N.C.
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The greatest gift Guilford gave me was the ability to see my own self-worth and value by giving me opportunities to do and be my best. We never know what we are capable of until we are challenged. I learned that anything is possible with hard work and the support from those who believe in you. Guilford College is more than just a liberal arts institution, it is a transformative power to the lives of those fortunate enough to be called Guilfordians.
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