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Jenny Ubowski

School: High Point University
Major: Strategic Communications and Psychology
Class level: Junior

I serve as the Vice President of Membership for the Peer Mentor Organization on my campus, leading freshman orientation. We are committed to creating a community, calming fears, and fostering new friendships. My personal mission is to make sure no one feels like they are ever alone. I am excited to collaborate with the student advisory council and learn more about how I can do my part in spreading awareness. 

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