Breeah S. Carey received her degree in speech, language, and hearing sciences with minors in Spanish and psychology from Purdue University in May 2018. She is currently pursuing her master’s degree in speech-language pathology at Purdue University and wants to serve pediatric clients in school and clinic settings. She has volunteered in various schools in Newark, New Jersey, as a tutor in her mother’s after-school program and as a speaker for the Diamond’s in the Rough Program at Belmont Runyon Elementary School, where she encouraged minority girls to attend college in the future.

Lauren Jankowski is a senior in interdisciplinary engineering who plans to pursue graduate school and focus her research on mental illness. She has volunteered with several organizations, such as St. Vincent de Paul, Hannah’s House, and Upward Basketball, since early high school.

Madison Long received her degree in accounting from Purdue University in 2017 and began her career with Microsoft Corporation in Seattle, Washington, in their finance division. At Purdue, she frequently participated in local Lafayette community initiatives centered around child literacy and engagement, including United Way’s Read to Succeed Program and the Beck Lane Boys and Girls Club after-school volunteering program.

Joshua Walker is a senior in mechanical engineering with a minor in computer science and plans to earn a master’s degree in mechanical engineering after a few years of work experience. He has provided one-on-one assistance with students at the free Math and Science Tutoring Center in his high school, refurbished bicycles intended for community use at Revolutions Bicycle Cooperative in Memphis, Tennessee, and worked with Engineers for a Sustainable World to keep tailgating parties at Purdue clean of trash.