This fall, she started college with a full scholarship.Storytelling will be a part of my future career path; as an MBA graduate, my goal is to obtain a position in strategy and business development at an entertainment company that specializes in film or television.My particular focus is creating compelling, multidimensional characters to inspire young women of color, who are constantly bombarded by negative images of women who look like them in media.
Stories are an integral part of the human experience.
They uplift and inspire, give us permission to dream and to visualize what could be. Investment Bank], I created an informal mentorship program for female and minority interns and first-year analysts in the research division and led a “soft skills” class to help new analysts handle difficult interpersonal situations.
These experiences made me more confident, a key part of my success later in life.
It all started with a pen, a notebook, and my imagination.
Writing made me happy and the more I wrote, the more my talent blossomed.
I began to win awards and my work was published in youth literary journals.
Storytelling is my lifelong passion; it saw me through a difficult childhood. We did not have much money and that coupled with my bookishness made me a target for bullies.
After my father left, my mother raised me as a single parent in [U. City/State], a rural Bible Belt town two hours south of [U. Books and writing were an escape; they gave me an avenue to articulate the feelings of abandonment and powerlessness I otherwise did not want to express.
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